Netanyahu’s Deadline: Rafah Attack Looms

Netanyahu sets Rafah attack date as pressure grows

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced plans to launch a military attack on the Gaza Strip in the coming days, as pressure grows for a decisive response to recent rocket attacks. The attack, which is expected to target the city of Rafah, comes after a series of rocket barrages from Gaza targeted Israeli towns and cities.

Netanyahu has come under increasing pressure from hardline members of his coalition government to take action against Gaza, with many calling for a full-scale invasion of the Palestinian territory. The Prime Minister’s announcement comes after weeks of tense standoffs and escalating violence between Israel and Gaza, with no signs of a ceasefire in sight.

The decision to launch the attack on Rafah has been met with condemnation from international leaders, who have urged both sides to show restraint and avoid further escalation. The United Nations has called for an immediate ceasefire and a return to negotiations, but Netanyahu has made it clear that he will not back down in the face of Palestinian aggression.

As the situation in the region continues to deteriorate, the world is watching closely to see how events unfold in the coming days. The prospect of a full-scale conflict looms large, and many fear that the situation could spiral out of control if both sides do not show restraint.

Stay tuned for further updates on this developing story.

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