If this wannabe suicide bomber hadn't turned out to be a member of Hamas and if Hamas had denied involvement in the shooting of the Israeli electrical worker, I would have put it down to rogue elements of one of the other Palestinian militant/terrorist groups. Plus, PM Haniyeh recently said that the PA reserves the right to resistence by any and all means and Abu Ubaida says, "The enemy has been violating calm day and night in the West Bank and in Gaza and we had said calm was conditional." Well, the ceasefire does not extend to the West Bank and rocket fire from the Gaza Strip can be countered no matter who is doing it. Is this just a fluke--a lack of command and control within Hamas? Or does it mean that Hamas is getting ready to violate the ceasefire in a major way?
Merkel says refugee crisis as challenging as reunifying Germany (Reuters)
from the article: Egypt says would-be Hamas suicide bomber arrested near Israeli border