The man, who the military says is a member of Hamas, was transferred for investigation by security forces.
Palestinian demonstrators run for cover from tear gas fired by Israeli security forces near the southern Gaza Strip town of Khan Yunis during the fifth straight Friday of mass demonstrations and clashes along the Gaza-Israel border on April 27, 2018. The other was detained for questioning, it said.
Abbas blamed the attack on Hamas soon after the incident in Gaza, in which Hamdallah, who has spearheaded efforts by the PA to reconcile with Hamas, was not injured.
Since the start of March there has been unrest at the Gaza border, with estimates of more than 10,000 regularly turning out in a protest calling for the "right of return" for Palestinians who were displaced after the creation of the state of Israel.
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Lawyer PV DInesh said that BCI has gone overboard and the report appears to be a complete "whitewash". It also said security has been beefed up at the Juvenile Home, where an accused is now lodged.
The army has pledged to stop damage to the border fence, infiltrations and attacks, and alleges there have been attempts at all three.
Khalil al-Hayya, deputy head of Hamas in Gaza, told a separate news conference that the suspects "wanted to kill reconciliation".
Israel says some of those protesting have tried to damage the border fence or plant explosives along it. Others have hurled improvised explosives and firebombs at soldiers while others have flown kites with burning rags attached to set Israeli fields on fire.
Hamdallah's convoy came under attack last month during a visit to the Gaza Strip to open a public-works facility there.
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Meehan has said in interviews that he considered the former aide, who is decades younger than him, his " soul mate ". Earlier this year, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court declared the state's congressional lines unconstitutional.
The blockade has devastated Gaza's economy, made it virtually impossible for people to enter and exit the territory, and left residents with just a few hours of electricity a day.
Hundreds of thousands fled or were driven out of their homes during violence in the 1948-49 war between the newly-created state of Israel and its Arab neighbours.
"An IDF (Israel Defense Forces) force shot at them".
The rallies are part of a six-week protest that will culminate on May 15.
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