The US Chief of Staff discusses with his Israeli counterpart the broad outlines of the military operation in Rafah

US Chief of Staff, Charles Brown, made a phone call with his Israeli counterpart, Herzi Halevy, today, Saturday, and together they discussed the broad outlines of the possible military operation in the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.


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The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation reported, this evening, Saturday, that Brown made a phone call to Halevy and they discussed several important files, including the broad outlines of the possible Israeli military operation in the city Rafah, where they discussed closing the border in front of Rafah by the Israeli army.


Brown also discussed with Halevy carrying out targeted raids inside the same city located in the south of the Gaza Strip based on intelligence information, In addition to establishing a joint military operations room with the United States.



While the American Chief of Staff said that his country will not accept the killing of more innocent people in Rafah. As well as in Gaza and Khan Yunis.




In a related context, Israeli media reported, today, Saturday An Israeli delegation will fly tomorrow, Sunday, to Cairo to hold negotiating talks regarding detainees held by the Hamas movement. The Israeli Channel 12 reported that a high-level Israeli delegation from the Mossad is flying to Cairo to hold further discussions about those detained by Hamas in the Gaza Strip, explaining that the Israeli delegation is led by the head of the Mossad, with the participation of representatives of the foreign intelligence agency “Mossad.” And Military Intelligence “Aman” And the internal intelligence “Shin Bet”.




While the families of the Israeli detainees issued a “Hamas” In the Gaza Strip, today, Saturday, they issued a statement in which they accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of obstructing any agreement regarding their families.



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The families and relatives of Israeli detainees held by Hamas issued an important statement in front of the “Kiryah” headquarters. The Ministry of Defense in Tel Aviv, where hundreds of them demonstrated. Their statement stated, “What we will say are harsh words, but we have no choice. Netanyahu is preventing an agreement.”




While the Israeli Broadcasting Corporation quoted the families of detainees during their demonstration in Tel Aviv, that Netanyahu stands as an obstacle to any agreement with Hamas regarding the 134 Israeli detainees in the Gaza Strip.




The demonstrators were not satisfied with that, but also demanded that Benny Gantz and Gadi Eisenkot, members of the “War Cabinet,” On Gaza and all members of the Knesset to replace him immediately. The Israeli army has continued to bomb the Gaza Strip for 6 months, destroying entire neighborhoods, causing the displacement of 1.7 out of 2.4 million people, and sparking a catastrophic humanitarian crisis, according to the United Nations.



On October 7, Hamas fighters launched a An attack on southern Israel, killing 1,200 Israelis, according to official Israeli data.




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In response to the Hamas attack, Israel pledged to "eliminate" On the movement, it launched a major attack on Gaza, which has claimed the lives of about 33,000 Palestinians so far, the vast majority of them women and children, according to the Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip.


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Meanwhile, regional and international efforts continue to reach a deal to release the detainees and establish a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.  

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