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Ready for talks with Fatah, to hold elections in Gaza — Hamas

17 Setiembre 2017
Ready for talks with Fatah, to hold elections in Gaza — Hamas

Since IDF soldier Gilad Shalit was released in 2011 in exchange for 1,027 Palestinian prisoners, senior government ministers have cooled on the idea of prisoner swaps.

Yesterday morning and my husband and I approached the Hancock side bridge going south on U.S. 41 to Houghton, I was suddenly aware how of the glittering of the sun on the water sets off the fantastic view of view of the buildings and the two towns nestled on both sides of the lake.

"The Trump administration strongly supports the Taylor Force Act, which is a consequence of Palestinian Authority and Palestine Liberation Organization's policy of paying terrorists and their families", the State Department said.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said that the man who killed Force also died, but the PA celebrated his actions and encouraged others to follow in his footsteps.

Occasionally in our busy lives we have an a-ha moment, become aware of things, and see them in a different light.

The PA Finance Ministry's 2017 budget towards the terrorists "will amount to NIS 552 million ($153.4 million)".

Al-Quds and al-Ayyam said Israeli forces detained 13 Palestinians and seized cash during overnight raids across the West Bank.

Al-Ayyam and al-Hayat al-Jadida printed a photo for a demonstration against Netanyahu's visit to the Colombian capital of Bogota. "I made it very clear and we want to see that we can enlarge the cooperation with the authorities in order to bring better results to the families [of missing Israelis]".

All in all, including prisoners and ex-prisoners, the total comes to $344,313,451.

On September 11, Hamas announced that it was ready to "hold meetings with Fatah in Cairo immediately to achieve a [reconciliation] agreement". All other Vanderbilt students, faculty and staff on the trip are safe.

Quoting informed sources, al-Quds reported the Hamas movement has decided not to hold any meetings with sacked Fatah leader Muhammad Dahlan, but rather to maintain contact with his aides. "I think there is an interest to talk, maybe an interest to negotiate directly or indirectly with the Israeli government and I think there is a willingness to engage with the ICRC, which goes beyond lip service". Former Knesset member Rabbi Dov Lipman arranged the ceremony and officiated, and he was joined by William Grant, Deputy Chief of Missions at the US Embassy in Israel and US Army representatives in Israel.