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An average of 100 Palestinians are martyred in Rafah every day Pi News

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Gaza: The international community has warned Israel against expanding military operations in the southern Rafah region of Gaza, but the relentless air and sea bombardment of Rafah by Zionist forces continues, killing an average of 100 Palestinians daily in Rafah.

According to Al-Jazeera TV channel, heavy bombardment has been going on in Rafah for the past few days, even last night. Currently, there are more than 1.4 million Palestinian refugees.

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Although Israeli ground forces have not launched a “full-scale” ground assault on the 64-square-kilometer (25-square-mile) Rafah, Palestinians sheltering there continue to face the worst airstrikes, killing an average of 100 people a day. There are reports that he was martyred.

Rafah has been declared a ‘safe area’, but now Israel’s plans for a large-scale incursion into the area, the last refuge for displaced Palestinians, have also alarmed Israel’s allies.

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America’s tone has also changed for the first time, with US President Joe Biden speaking on the phone with Netanyahu and publicly saying that the military operation in Rafah should not continue without a credible and feasible plan to ensure the safety and support of more than 10,000 people. person

The Israeli army freed 2 hostages during a night operation in Rafah

Saudi Arabia’s foreign ministry also warned of “extremely dangerous consequences” from Israel’s attack on Rafah a few days ago, while Egypt warned of “serious consequences” and deepening “humanitarian devastation” in the city. On Sunday, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus also said reports of Israel’s planned attack on Rafah were “deeply alarming”. He wrote that the consequences of the project in X could be devastating for the 1.4 million Palestinians who have nowhere else to go and almost no access to health care.

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