GAZA (VINnews) — The sounds of violent rioting are reverberating through Gaza City following the unveiling of the historic Middle East peace “deal of the century.”

The rioters burned pictures of PM Netanyahu and President Trump, as well as holding up a banner that read “Palestine is not for sale.”

Palestinian leaders of opposing organizations formed a rare unifying front in the wake of the peace deal announcement, demonstrating their resolve to oppose all attempts at brokering any kind of peace deal.

The Hamas rulers in Gaza spoke out in support of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas of the rival Fatah movement, and welcomed his call for a broad meeting of Palestinian factions.

Senior Hamas official Khalil al-Hayya responded to the peace deal on Tuesday, saying “We are certain that our Palestinian people will not let these conspiracies pass. So, all options are open. The (Israeli) occupation and the U.S. administration will bear the responsibility for what they did.

With Palestinian militants calling for residents of both the West Bank and neighboring Jordan to take to the streets for “days of rage,” the Israel Defense Forces dispatched a brigade of infantry troops the Jordan Valley. There were reports of minor clashes Tuesday between soldiers and protesters.