Hamas workers were attempting to reopen a tunnel that had been destroyed during the 2014 war with Israel, the IDF said.
Hamdallah said the incident would not prevent him from pursuing unity and reconciliation with Hamas.
“There will be a brainstorming session at the White House next week to find real solutions to the problems that Hamas has caused,” Greenblatt wrote.
Eight of the targets were located in a Hamas military compound in Gaza, where the group stores weapons and carries out training.
300 terror victims during the Palestinian intifada sued the bank, accusing it of helping Hamas create a “death and dismemberment benefit plan.”
Three other terror groups were also placed on the list.
Imad al-Alami’s mysterious injury led Israeli and Palestinian media to speculate whether his death was an assassination, suicide or a real accident.
Imad al-Alami, the terror group’s longtime liaison to Iran, was inspecting his weapon when it accidentally went off, a Hamas spokesman said.
The Gaza rocket landed in an open field in southern Israel.
The Hamas members planned to disguise themselves as local Jewish residents and entice a victim to enter their vehicle, the Shin Bet said.