Israeli Media: Egyptian-Qatari Pressure Hamas Over Night Confusion
As Palestinians continue their night confusion activities in the Gaza Strip, Israeli media talks about pressures from Egypt and Qatar on Hamas to stop said activities.
Israeli media revealed that Egypt and Qatar are pressuring Hamas to put an end to the night confusion activities so that "Israel" does not reverse its "concessionary" measures.
In turn, Israeli state "KAN" revealed that Egypt and Qatar are putting multiple pressures on Hamas to stop the nightly activities on the border wall with "Israel" so as not to jeopardize the Israeli "concessions."
The Israeli "state"-owned broadcasting channel revealed that these messages were converted to the Hamas leadership during the past few days.
This is going on as the Palestinians continue demonstrating and partaking in nightly activities that come as an act of protests against the Israeli occupation and its policies toward the strip. The West Bank is also holding its own night confusion activities, as the Palestinians are protesting near the settlement outpost forcibly established by the occupation on Mount Sabih of Nablus.
Palestinians burnt tires and blew horns, making loud and annoying noises as part of their attempts at evacuating the settlement outpost.
Egyptian Presidency: Reconstruction in Gaza Days Away
"KAN" also reported that the Egyptian presidency announced it will start reconstruction work in the Gaza Strip during the upcoming few days as part of their reconstruction efforts. "The first phase of lifting the rubble is nearly over," it said.
Egyptian aid arrived at Gaza in June to help in the reconstruction efforts following the latest Israeli aggression on the Strip in May.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi had allocated $500 million in aid to Gaza to help rebuild it after Egyptian security officials went headed to Gaza and "Tel Aviv" to establish the ceasefire on May 11.