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Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has declared that the ongoing operation in Rafah, in the south of Gaza, will last “several weeks,” despite international alarm. Netanyahu made the announcement at a government meeting, stating that the offensive will continue in Rafah.

Addressing the international community, Netanyahu warned against forgetting past atrocities, referencing the October 7th massacre as the most horrific since the Holocaust. He emphasized the importance of the operation in Rafah and approved operational plans, including evacuating civilians from combat zones.

In response to critics within the international community, Netanyahu accused them of trying to halt the war by spreading false accusations against the Israeli Defense Forces and the government. He alleged that they are trying to provoke elections to disrupt the ongoing military action.

The tension between Netanyahu’s government and international critics has escalated, with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer recently calling for new elections in Israel. The head of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, expressed deep concerns about the offensive in Rafah, where over 1.4 million displaced Palestinians are seeking refuge.

The situation in Rafah remains tense, with Netanyahu reiterating that the operation will continue for several weeks. Stay tuned for updates on this developing story.

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