Gaza-based terror groups are on the verge of launching a military offensive against Israel, and are demanding that the Jewish State make concessions or face violent escalation, Arabic language media reported Sunday.

Sources told Arabic newspaper Al Quds that Israel had agreed to a number of concessions around the entry of Qatari cash into the Strip and the opening of border crossings in May 2021, during the last days of the Operation Guardian of the Walls clash.

In exchange for those concessions, Hamas reportedly agreed to the ceasefire agreement which brought about the end of the conflict.

Hamas and other Palestinian terror groups will meet on Monday evening to determine next steps, which will likely include the resuming of riots along the border fence and an uptick in incendiary balloons that have plagued Israel’s southern communities.

A Hamas spokesman told Arabic language media on Saturday that the terror group was gearing up for an attack.

“[Israel’s] siege policy on the Gaza Strip is unacceptable and the conditions in the Gaza Strip are difficult, so Hamas will not be able to restrain itself and Israel will be held accountable,” he said.

Read more: World Israel News

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