Palestinian sources said that the Chief of the Political Bureau of Hamas movement, Ismail Haniyeh, outlined a five pronged strategy to counter the US-led 'deal of the century', in a meeting of various Palestinian factions in Cairo.
The first principle of this strategy is to take on the 'deal of the century' by holding all Palestinian factions together – including Fatah movement – to a unified position.
The second prong is "the implementation of reconciliation agreements," especially the comprehensive agreement which was signed on 4 May 2011, and the executive agreement which was signed on 12 October, 2017.
The third axis is "building strength and resistance until the liberation of Palestine."
The fourth eliment is based on "establishing open political relations" with the Arab and Islamic countries to develop an Arab-Islamic safety network that includes especially "Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Iran, Turkey" as well as other countries.
The fifth aspect consists of "holding an inclusive national conference" following which there would be "an agreement to adopt a joint political program," then organising the presidential and legislative elections (inside Palestine) and the National Council.
The sources also stated that the representatives of factions present, including those of Fatah, agreed on two points, confronting the 'deal of the century' and the need for reconciliation and national unity.