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Hamas’s Negotiation Strategy

The Hamas movement employs a sophisticated negotiation technique aimed at extracting concessions from Israel, known as the Salami method.
Despite seven months of conflict, Israel has yet to achieve its war objectives. However, it must remain resolute in its efforts until Hamas’s rule is dismantled.

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Escalating Tensions Between the Biden Administration and the PA

Severe tensions persist between the PA and the Biden administration, fueled by recent American vetoes in the UN Security Council and the administration’s insistence on comprehensive reforms within the PA, including granting real powers to the new government. Mahmoud Abbas adamantly maintains full and centralized control over the PA and is banking on the upcoming US presidential elections to potentially alleviate the pressure he faces.

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Hamas’ Latest Deception Campaign

The Hamas movement is currently orchestrating a deceitful campaign, suggesting readiness for a two-state solution and a willingness to disarm following the establishment of a Palestinian state along the 1967 borders.This campaign is crafted to garner international legitimacy for Hamas’ continued governance in the Gaza Strip, despite the fact that its fundamental ideology and commitment to Israel’s destruction remain unchanged.

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President Biden is in dire straits in the Middle East

President Biden finds himself in a precarious situation in the Middle East. His administration’s efforts to advance a new vision for the region are facing significant challenges.
A recent telephone conversation between President Biden and the leaders of Egypt and Qatar highlights the administration’s struggles. However, it’s apparent that Yahya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas, holds considerable influence over the pace of negotiations.

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The vision of the new Palestinian PM Muhammad Moustafa

The new Palestinian PM presented the vision of the “Revitalized PA” that will be established, but there is no word in his vision about the war on terror, stopping the payment of salaries to terrorists and stopping incitement in the PA’s education system and media. There is also no statement of intent in his vision to return to the PA the security control over northern Samaria that it lost more than two years ago to armed terrorist groups supported by Iran.

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The new Palestinian government will fail like its predecessors

The Palestinian political system is outraged by the appointment of Mohammed Moustafa as the new prime minister and says that the new government will fail like its predecessors because it is not trusted by the Palestinian street.
Senior officials in the Fatah movement accuse Muhammad Moustafa of acts of corruption, his associates deny and say that these are lies based on political rivalry.

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Is Muhammad Dahlan Trying to Integrate into the New Government in Gaza?

In the coming days, Israel and the United Arab Emirates will initiate a maritime logistics operation to transfer humanitarian aid from Cyprus to the northern Gaza Strip, aiming to significantly increase the food supply in the region.
Mohamed Dahlan, a senior member of Fatah, has been entrusted with overseeing this operation on behalf of the United Arab Emirates, with coordination also taking place with the Hamas movement.

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PA Members Also Involved in Terrorism

Since the outset of the conflict in the Gaza Strip, numerous members of the PA security forces have been implicated in terrorist activities against Israel. Despite this, the PA leadership has refrained from actively combating terrorism and has failed to condemn the October 7 massacre. It’s imperative for the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) to maintain military pressure in Judea and Samaria to forestall any security escalations during Ramadan.

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Palestinian Deception Government

Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Ishtayeh tendered his resignation to PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas after serving in the position for five years.
Ishtayeh’s government will continue to function as a transitional administration until a successor is appointed.

Read More >>

Hamas’s Negotiation Strategy

The Hamas movement employs a sophisticated negotiation technique aimed at extracting concessions from Israel, known as the Salami method.
Despite seven months of conflict, Israel has yet to achieve its war objectives. However, it must remain resolute in its efforts until Hamas’s rule is dismantled.

Read More >>

Escalating Tensions Between the Biden Administration and the PA

Severe tensions persist between the PA and the Biden administration, fueled by recent American vetoes in the UN Security Council and the administration’s insistence on comprehensive reforms within the PA, including granting real powers to the new government. Mahmoud Abbas adamantly maintains full and centralized control over the PA and is banking on the upcoming US presidential elections to potentially alleviate the pressure he faces.

Read More >>

Hamas’ Latest Deception Campaign

The Hamas movement is currently orchestrating a deceitful campaign, suggesting readiness for a two-state solution and a willingness to disarm following the establishment of a Palestinian state along the 1967 borders.This campaign is crafted to garner international legitimacy for Hamas’ continued governance in the Gaza Strip, despite the fact that its fundamental ideology and commitment to Israel’s destruction remain unchanged.

Read More >>

President Biden is in dire straits in the Middle East

President Biden finds himself in a precarious situation in the Middle East. His administration’s efforts to advance a new vision for the region are facing significant challenges.
A recent telephone conversation between President Biden and the leaders of Egypt and Qatar highlights the administration’s struggles. However, it’s apparent that Yahya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas, holds considerable influence over the pace of negotiations.

Read More >>

The vision of the new Palestinian PM Muhammad Moustafa

The new Palestinian PM presented the vision of the “Revitalized PA” that will be established, but there is no word in his vision about the war on terror, stopping the payment of salaries to terrorists and stopping incitement in the PA’s education system and media. There is also no statement of intent in his vision to return to the PA the security control over northern Samaria that it lost more than two years ago to armed terrorist groups supported by Iran.

Read More >>

The new Palestinian government will fail like its predecessors

The Palestinian political system is outraged by the appointment of Mohammed Moustafa as the new prime minister and says that the new government will fail like its predecessors because it is not trusted by the Palestinian street.
Senior officials in the Fatah movement accuse Muhammad Moustafa of acts of corruption, his associates deny and say that these are lies based on political rivalry.

Read More >>

Is Muhammad Dahlan Trying to Integrate into the New Government in Gaza?

In the coming days, Israel and the United Arab Emirates will initiate a maritime logistics operation to transfer humanitarian aid from Cyprus to the northern Gaza Strip, aiming to significantly increase the food supply in the region.
Mohamed Dahlan, a senior member of Fatah, has been entrusted with overseeing this operation on behalf of the United Arab Emirates, with coordination also taking place with the Hamas movement.

Read More >>

PA Members Also Involved in Terrorism

Since the outset of the conflict in the Gaza Strip, numerous members of the PA security forces have been implicated in terrorist activities against Israel. Despite this, the PA leadership has refrained from actively combating terrorism and has failed to condemn the October 7 massacre. It’s imperative for the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) to maintain military pressure in Judea and Samaria to forestall any security escalations during Ramadan.

Read More >>

Palestinian Deception Government

Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Ishtayeh tendered his resignation to PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas after serving in the position for five years.
Ishtayeh’s government will continue to function as a transitional administration until a successor is appointed.

Read More >>