Sunday, May 26, 2024

  • Sunday, May 26, 2024
  • Elder of Ziyon

Khaled Abu Toameh tweeted: "Palestinian official: 'The Rafah border crossing will be controlled by the Palestinian Authority.'"

There are no details as of this writing. Egypt has stated that they would only open the Rafah crossing on their side if the PA is on the other side. 

But I would hazard a guess that Israel only agrees to this with the same security parameters that were at Rafah in the time between Israel's withdrawal from Gaza in 2005 and Hamas' takeover in 2007.

Rafah Crossing was to be operated by the Palestinian Authority on its side, and Egypt on its side.
Only people with Palestinian ID, or foreign nationals, by exception, in certain categories, subject to Israeli oversight, were to be permitted to cross in and out. The PA should notify the Israeli authorities 48 hours in advance of the crossing of a person in the excepted categories.
Rafah would be used for export of goods to Egypt, subject to rigid control. Imports must be cleared by PA customs officials at Kerem Shalom under the supervision of Israeli customs agents.[1]
The crossing activities were supervised by the European Union Border Assistance Mission to Rafah (EUBAM-Rafah)  Israel had a video feed of everything happening there.

We'll see if I am right soon enough. 

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