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What has occurred in the previous few hours

These are the most recent information on the battle between Israel and Hamas in Gaza at 8:30 p.m. this Sunday, February 11:

Biden to Netanyahu: there ought to be no offensive in Rafah with out a plan to guard the inhabitants. The president of the United States, Joe Biden, warned this Sunday the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, that the approaching army operation towards town of Rafah in Gaza that the Israeli forces are getting ready shouldn’t be carried out “without a credible and executable plan that guarantee security and support” to the 1.4 million folks refugees on this city on the border with Egypt, based on the White House.

France urges Israel to cease assaults on Rafah to keep away from “a disaster”. This Sunday, France urged Israel to cease the assaults on the Gazan metropolis of Rafah with a view to “avoid a humanitarian disaster.” “Israel must take concrete measures to protect the lives of the civilian population in Gaza,” she stated in a press release from the French Foreign Ministry. The metropolis, in southern Gaza and on the border with Egypt, is dwelling to greater than one million individuals who have taken refuge there from the preventing and can be “a vital transit point for humanitarian aid,” the notice provides. “A large-scale Israeli offensive would create a catastrophic humanitarian situation of an unjustifiable new dimension,” the notice says. The assertion added that “France opposes any forced displacement of populations, prohibited by international humanitarian law.”

WHO joins concern over Israeli assault on Rafah. The director common of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, expressed this Sunday his “extreme concern” a few potential Israeli assault on Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip. “Carrying out these plans could have devastating consequences for 1.4 million people who no longer have places to go, and who almost no longer have anywhere to find healthcare,” Tedros indicated by the account. of X of him.

Abbas visits Qatar to take part in Gaza ceasefire talks. The president of the Palestinian National Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, arrived this Sunday in Doha, the capital of Qatar, to debate the function of his authorities in a possible ceasefire within the Gaza battle. The Palestinian information company Wafa has anticipated that Abbas will meet with Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on Monday, however didn’t say whether or not he would additionally meet with leaders of Hamas, with whom he has a bitter battle for energy within the territories below Palestinian management. .

Assad says Israel and Western nations are 'at a lifeless finish' in Gaza battle. The Syrian president, Bashar al Assad, considers that Israel and the Western nations that assist him within the battle within the Gaza Strip are “in a dead end”, from which they intend to flee with the repeated Israeli assaults towards Lebanon, Syria and the escalation within the south of the Palestinian enclave. “The Zionist entity and the West find themselves in a dead end today (…) and the Israeli escalation in Palestine, Syria and Lebanon is nothing more than an attempt to get out of this dead end,” Al Assad stated throughout a gathering in Damascus with the Foreign Minister of Iran, Hosein Amir Abdolahian, based on a press release from the Syrian Presidency.

The armed wing of Hamas claims that two Israeli hostages have been killed within the bombings. Hamas's armed wing, the Al Qassam Brigades, has claimed that Israeli assaults on the Gaza Strip over the previous 96 hours have killed two Israeli hostages and severely injured eight others. “Their circumstances have gotten extra harmful in mild of the shortcoming to supply them with sufficient remedy. “(Israel) bears full responsibility for the lives of those injured by the continued bombing,” the assertion stated.