Netanyahu Threatens Rafah Assault in Aftermath of Gaza Negotiations

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has issued a stern warning, threatening a potential assault on the Gaza Strip city of Rafah. The threat comes after the Gaza negotiations, raising concerns of a renewed cycle of violence in the region.

Israeli Prime Minister has been facing mammoth criticism from the world community over the massacres of Palestinians including children and women. The most recent aggression of Israeli forces was to attack the aid convoy by killing serval aids workers.

Netanyahu’s warning of a potential assault on Rafah has sparked fears of a return to the devastating conflicts that have plagued the region in the past. The densely populated Gaza Strip, home to nearly two million Palestinians, has borne the brunt of previous Israeli military genocides resulting in widespread destruction and loss of life.

In response to Netanyahu’s remarks, Palestinian officials have condemned the threats of military action, accusing Israel of escalating tensions and endangering prospects for peace. They have called for international intervention to prevent a further deterioration of the situation and to address the root causes of the conflict.

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