He noted that the core of the plots is establishing a "pale" entity in the Gaza Strip in return for ignoring all the Palestinian rights.
On Sunday, when the Israeli security cabinet convened to discuss the Gaza truce ideas, one member - Intelligence Minister Israel Katz - tweeted that these should include "bringing Egyptian infrastructure, at sea and on land, to bear for the good of Gaza, under worldwide supervision".
Tel Aviv has set out limited goals for the initial negotiations on the situation in the Gaza Strip, which has seen mass protests, shootings and the use of firebomb kites by Palestinians along the Gaza-Israel fence.
Meanwhile, a Palestinian teen died of his wounds Saturday a day after he was shot by Israeli troops during clashes on the Gaza border, the territory's Hamas-run health ministry said.
Hamas leaders have been meeting for several days in Gaza to discuss the Egyptian-brokered agreement.
But Egyptian officials have privately voiced worry about Israeli calls for them to be more involved in Gaza, proposals that they think may dovetail with the Trump administration's efforts to address Palestinian grievances with pan-Arab help.
Since 2007, the Gaza Strip has groaned under a crippling Israeli blockade that continues to deprive its inhabitants of many essential commodities, including food, fuel, medicine and building materials. It offered to reverse the measures on Sunday.
They are in custody and will be put on flights home, a spokeswoman for the Israeli Immigration Authority said. Fatah spokesman Osama Qawasmeh warned Hamas against striking such a deal with Israel "at the expense of national unity".
Tensions have been running high near the fence since March 30, which marked the start of a series of protests dubbed "The Great March of Return".
The clashes in Gaza reached their peak on May 14, the eve of the 70th anniversary of Nakba Day, or the Day of Catastrophe, which coincided this year with Washington's relocation of the USA embassy from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem al-Quds.
It is the latest phase of border demonstrations that began at the end of March, in which at least 159 Palestinians have been killed while one Israeli soldier has been shot dead.