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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that the invasion of Rafah in Southern Gaza has a date set. He did not share the date though.

This comes after Israel withdrew from some areas including the city of Khan Yunis, or rather what is left of that city.

“This victory requires entry into Rafah and the elimination of the terrorist battalions there. It will happen – there is a date,” Netanyahu said.

He is pressing on with this plan even though the international community does not support it and neither do the people of Israel. A new poll shows that 71% of Israelis want Netanyahu to resign and for elections to be moved to an earlier date.

Ceasefire talks were held in Egypt on Monday but both sides say that no progress was made.

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