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Israel says the bombing of Gaza «will continue until 2025» as the world mourns the tragedy in which 45 Palestinians were burned alive in the Rafah refugee camp on Sunday.


Israel’s bombardment of Gaza will continue until 2025, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s national security adviser said on Wednesday.

Tzachi Hanegbi told Israel’s public broadcaster KAN that the war was expected to continue for another seven months.

He said the Israeli military «now controls 75 percent of Philadelphia Road.»

«I believe that in time we will have everything under control. Together with the Egyptians, we must ensure that the smuggling of arms from Egypt to Gaza is prevented,» Hanegbi added.

Meanwhile, residents of Rafah reported further Israeli airstrikes and that tanks carried out airstrikes in the central and western areas.

Palestinians see destruction after Israel bombed their tents and shelters in Rafah, Gaza on May 27

Palestinians stand around the destruction after Israel bombed their tents and shelters in Rafah on May 27

Palestinians stand around the destruction after Israel bombed their tents and shelters in Rafah on May 27

Military mobility of tanks, armored personnel carriers, trucks and military jeeps of the Israeli army continues on the northern border of Gaza on the 29th.

Military mobility of tanks, armored personnel carriers, trucks and military jeeps of the Israeli army continues on the northern border of Gaza on the 29th.

Palestinians mourn at makeshift tents after Israeli shelling of a refugee camp in the al-Mawasi area west of Rafah

Palestinians mourn at makeshift tents after Israeli shelling of a refugee camp in the al-Mawasi area west of Rafah

Rafah’s last hospital is barely functional and a «full-scale incursion» by Israeli troops could lead to its closure and a «significant» death toll, a senior World Health Organization (WHO) official said.

Israel has said it must take Rafah to win the war, which began with Hamas’ attack on the country on October 7, in which about 1,200 people were killed and 252 others taken hostage.

At least 36,170 people have been killed in Gaza since the war began, the Hamas-run health ministry said.

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International pressure is mounting on Israeli leaders to reveal a full strategy to end the fighting.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said it was vital that Israel implement a post-war plan as soon as possible if it is to ensure the permanent defeat of Hamas.

«If there is no plan for the day after, there won’t be a day after,» he told reporters on a visit to Moldova.

It comes as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on the Islamic world to take action against Israel in response to the latest deadly strike in the Gaza Strip.

Erdogan, 70, told lawmakers from his AKP party today that Israel posed a threat to «all of humanity.»

He said: «I have to say a few words to the Islamic world: what are you waiting for to make a common decision?» Erdogan, who leads the Muslim-majority country of 85 million people, told lawmakers from his AKP party.

Palestinians examine destroyed makeshift tents after Israeli army attacks in Rafah, Gaza

Palestinians examine destroyed makeshift tents after Israeli army attacks in Rafah, Gaza

At least 36,170 people have been killed in Gaza since the war began

At least 36,170 people have been killed in Gaza since the war began

Israel's bombing of Gaza will continue until 2025, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's national security adviser (pictured) said on Wednesday.

Israel’s bombing of Gaza will continue until 2025, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s national security adviser (pictured) said on Wednesday.

Carrying their personal belongings, Palestinians migrate to areas they consider safe after the Israeli army attacked tents in Al-Mawasi.

Carrying their personal belongings, Palestinians migrate to areas they consider safe after the Israeli army attacked tents in Al-Mawasi.

«Israel is not only a threat to Gaza, but to all of humanity,» he said.

«No state is safe if Israel does not respect international law and does not feel bound by international law,» Erdogan added, repeating accusations that Israel is committing «genocide» in Gaza.

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He also called Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu a «vampire» and accused him of killing «innocent civilians in their tents.» He also took aim at the West for being «complicit» in the ongoing war in the Middle East.

“America, this blood is on your hands too. European heads of state, you have become complicit in Israel’s vampirism because you have remained silent,» Erdogan said.

«No ideology considers the burning of innocent civilians in their tents as legitimate. The world is watching live the barbarism of this vampire named Netanyahu,» he added.

Erdogan’s fiery comments came as the UN Security Council met to discuss Tuesday’s deadly Israeli attack on a displaced persons camp west of Rafah that killed 21 people, according to a civil defense official in Hamas-run Gaza.

Nearly two dozen people were killed in an attack on a tent camp west of the city on Tuesday, just days after 45 people were killed in a camp for displaced Palestinians that burned to the ground.

Gaza health authorities said yesterday that a second tent camp in the city had been hit by Israeli tank missiles in an area Israel has designated a civilian evacuation zone. The IDF denied attacking the al-Mawasi area west of Rafah.



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