UK government ‘very concerned’ about Israel's planned offensive in Rafah

by 24britishtvFeb. 12, 2024, 3 p.m. 29
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The UK’s foreign secretary, David Cameron, said Israel should “stop and think seriously” before taking further action in Rafah, which was hit by heavy airstrikes overnight. Cameron said many people in Rafah had already fled from other areas of Gaza and said there was nowhere else for them to go. Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has claimed Israel will be moving forward with the ground campaign but has insisted that plans are still being worked on. A ground operation in Rafah could cut off one of the only routes available for badly needed medical and food supplies to reach civilians in Gaza Middle East crisis live: UK government ‘deeply concerned’ about planned offensive in Rafah Biden warns Netanyahu against Rafah operation without ‘credible’ safety plan Israel says two hostages freed in raid Gaza officials say killed 67 Palestinians

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