Netanyahu Approves ‘Operational Plan’ to Attack Rafah in Gaza

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Tensions escalated in the Middle East today as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved what sources describe as an “operational plan” aimed at targeting locations in Rafah, a city in the Gaza Strip.

The decision to greenlight the military action comes amidst a backdrop of heightened hostilities between Israel and Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip.

Israeli military officials have not disclosed specific details of the approved plan, but it is believed to involve targeted airstrikes on strategic locations within Rafah.

The move has drawn criticism from international leaders, who have called for the ceasefire.

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