How much time is left before the Rafah invasion?

We have not seen a comprehensive plan.a plan as it relates to his thinking on the Rafah operations,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters on Friday. “We have also made clear our concerns about any major military operation in Rafah.”

Israel has repeatedly warned about a major operation against Hamas in Rafah, the southernmost city of Gaza, where approximately 1 million disPalestinian civilians have fled after months of Israeli airstrikes and shelling.

But that operation may come sooner rather than later, as the Israel Defense Forces have informed aid groups and the administration of a They plan to move people from Rafah to al-Mawasion the southern coast of the territory, Politico reported.

But Jean-Pierre said talks are ongoing and that no solid plan has been presented.

“There are more than a million Palestinian civilians seeking refuge in Rafah and we want to make sure their lives are protected,” he said. “We want to continue having the conversations. that we have been having with the Israeli government.”

Reuters reported that Israel had given Washington some preliminary information, but officials have not seen a full plan, and a U.S. official told the outlet that the proposal outlines the provision of shelter, food and evacuation routes, but “It needs more work.”

Meanwhile, the United Nations humanitarian aid agency warned on Friday that hundreds of thousands of people would be “in imminent risk of death” if the Israeli army advances its assault on Rafah.

“Could be a massacre of civilians and an incredible blow to the humanitarian operation in the entire strip because it is carried out mainly from Rafah,” Jens Laerke, spokesman for the UN humanitarian office, said at a news conference in Geneva.

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