Gaza's terror factions to mull response to Israel's 'offensive measures'

Elior Levy|
The Palestinian terror factions in the Gaza Strip said they will meet later on Wednesday to determine the "rules of engagement with Israel" in the wake of recent, near-daily raids in the West Bank following a series of terror attacks on the Israeli soil.
The Lebanese TV channel Al Mayadeen reported the discussions would revolve around the levels of response from the Gaza Strip against what has been called "Israel's offensive measures".
The leader of Hamas in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, invited the factions to a discussion following the security escalation in the West Bank and due to calls of right-wing Israeli activists to make a sacrifice on the Temple Mount, where the Al-Aqsa Mosque is located, during Passover.
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