The ruling party in Gaza, Hamas, sent a message to Israel through negotiators, stating that it still didn't fulfill all obligations that the movement demanded in the ceasefire deal. An unnamed Hamas official said in an interview with the Lebanese Al-Akhbar newspaper.
The source said that allowing the Qatari funds into the Gaza Strip was only one of the obligations Israel made.
Hamas has also made demands in regard to its prisoners who are held in Israeli jails.
The source added that if Israel doesn't respect its obligations, another clash between the two sides could take place.
"Hamas is pleased about the Qatari funds' installment. It would help keep the calm" the official pointed out.
Adding, "Negotiating parties assured Hamas that Israel would keep its obligations and will soon initiate other projects like infrastructure and electrical works in the Strip."