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Netanyahu: Intense Fighting in Rafah Nearly Over, War Against Hamas Continues

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that the "intense phase" of combat in Rafah, southern Gaza, is nearing its conclusion, but emphasized that the broader conflict will persist until Hamas is fully ousted from power. He stated that Israeli forces will soon redeploy to the Lebanon border, where clashes with Hezbollah have intensified.Netanyahu dismissed the possibility of the

West Bank-based Palestinian Authority governing Gaza in place of Hamas. In a television interview, he outlined the necessity of ongoing military demilitarization by the Israel Defense Forces and the establishment of a civil administration supported by regional countries, rejecting the establishment of a Palestinian state or handing control to the Palestinian Authority.In Rafah, residents reported ongoing clashes, while

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airstrikes in Gaza City reportedly killed the Hamas-run health ministry's emergency services director. An aid distribution center was also struck, which the IDF claimed was being used by Hamas.Israeli Defence Minister Yoav Gallant is visiting Washington to discuss the Gaza conflict and rising tensions with Hezbollah, backed by Iran. The Israeli military's campaign against Hamas was initiated in

to a significant attack on southern Israel by the Palestinian armed group on October 7, which resulted in approximately 1,200 civilian deaths and 251 hostages taken.Since then, over 37,551 people have died in Gaza, according to the Hamas-run health ministry, which reported that 14,680 children, women, and elderly people were among the dead as of the end of April.

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