Qatari envoy to Gaza Mohammed al-Emadi arrived to the Gaza Strip on Sunday night for the first time since the latest Israeli aggression in May, according to Palestinian media reports.
The envoy is reportedly in the coastal enclave to discuss the humanitarian situation and reconstruction efforts following the 11 days of Israeli aggression that saw Palestinian Resistance groups launching retaliatory Operation Al-Quds Sword.
Also on Sunday, Israeli State Security Cabinet met to discuss oversight of Qatari money into the Gaza Strip to “ensure that the funds are not used to help Hamas rebuild” its infrastructure, Israeli media reported.
Shortly after the aggression was over last May, Qatar pledged $500 million to rebuild the Gaza Strip.
The emerging proposal would see $30 million in Qatari cash transferred to Gaza each month through the United Nations and possibly through the Palestinian Authority later on.
Another option being considered is the transfer of funds to families in need via Gaza’s postal banks. These monies would only be released once the Shin Bet (Israeli Security Agency) “had ensured the funds did not fall into Hamas’ hands.”