Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is apt to reject the UN-Egyptian brokered long-term truce deal between Hamas and Israel in its present form, when it comes before the security cabinet on Sunday, circles close to the PMO informed DEBKAfile Saturday night. His advisers informed him that intelligence evaluations of the arrangements on offer are skeptical about some of its provisions standing up due to their non-compliance either by Hamas or Egypt. Netanyahu saw no realistic opening, moreover, for a Hamas commitment to hand over the remains of Israeli soldiers fallen in battle and the hostages held by Hamas. The cabinet is therefore likely to delay a decision pending further negotiations. The Palestinian Authority flatly refused to play any part in the truce deal on offer.