The plan would also speak of ways to speed up implementation of humanitarian projects.
So long as Gaza continues to be governed by Hamas’s rule of the jungle, no Palestinian civil society, let alone a viable state, can develop.
Hospitals in the Gaza Strip were reported to have struggled to treat Palestinians wounded in clashes with the IDF on the Israel-Gaza border.
There are multiple players influencing life in Gaza, but the humanitarian situation there is largely the result of Israel’s restrictive access policy.
To prevent humanitarian crisis, Hamas should be left with policing capabilities, because the most important single cause preventing humanitarian crisis is law and order.
The additional 50 megawatts will slightly mitigate the power shortage in Gaza.
Source says Abbas is pressuring Hamas to cede its control of Gaza.
He spoke two-days after the security cabinet agreed to cut by 40% the amount of electricity it supplies to Gaza.
Gaza is caught in an endless tug of war.