Israel is gradually normalizing relations with Hamas. Why? Could it have something to do with Trump’s coming peace deal? Does the peace deal include giving Gaza to Hamas to have as a Palestinian State while Israel deports West Bank Palestinians to Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia?
Hamas continues to maintain its “destroy Israel” attitude.
According to World Israel News, Yahya Sinwar, the Hamas leader of the Gaza Strip, threatened that his movement will continue to fire rockets at Israel. The rockets, he said, will be fired at Israeli “settlements” not only near the border with the Gaza Strip, but also at supposed “settlements” in the Israeli cities of Ashkelon, Ashdod and Tel Aviv.
Is this a ruse to keep people unaware of the possible peace deal Trump is negotiating behind the scenes between Israel and Hamas?
In the meantime, it is unlikely that Netanyahu will move forward with annexing the rest of Judea and the West Bank until after Trump’s peace deal is unveiled. White House senior adviser Jared Kushner told a group of ambassadors Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s Israeli-Palestinian peace plan will be unveiled sometime after the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which ends June 5.
Newly sworn in Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said Tuesday night that US President Donald Trump’s peace plan will be “born dead” and “There are no partners in Palestine for Trump. There are no Arab partners for Trump and there are no European partners for Trump,” Shtayyeh said in the interview.
The Trump peace plan may be born dead in the West Bank, but it appears that the US and Israel are working hard with Hamas to ensure cooperation. Dividing and conquering the West Bank Palestinian Authority away from the Hamas Palestinians may be part of Trump’s plan that both the US and Israel have been quietly working to achieve before the plan is revealed.