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Israeli ministers stand against any plan for a Palestinian state

Israeli ministers stand against any plan for a Palestinian state

Two influential far-right Israeli ministers on Thursday, February 15, categorically rejected the possibility of a peace plan that Washington and its allies are considering to move toward the release of hostages in Gaza and the creation of a Palestinian state, according to some media. According to The Washington Post, the Biden administration and a small group of its Arab allies are working on a comprehensive plan aimed at establishing lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Follow our live stream.

Netanyahu keeps coming. Despite international warnings, Israel is continuing with plans to launch a military operation in Rafah, where more than a million Palestinians are hiding in appalling conditions. “After allowing civilians to leave the war zones, we will fight until complete victory, which includes a powerful operation in Rafah”Attacked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on his Telegram account

Talks are ongoing. Negotiations for a ceasefire, including the new release of Hamas hostages and Palestinians held by Israel, continue in Cairo under the mediation of Qatar and Egypt. The talks will continue until Friday after a meeting on Tuesday involving the head of the Israeli secret service Mossad, the CIA director, the Qatari prime minister and Egyptian officials.

Hospitals were flooded. WHO has once again condemned the conditions in hospitals in Gaza. “Totally drowned, drowned, and inadequately supplied.” A local WHO representative testified from Gaza that staff had to remove organs because they lacked the means to treat patients. “One of my colleagues described Rafa's situation as a 'pressure cooker of desperation'. If it 'explodes' it could have catastrophic consequences.” lamented the director of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs to Franceinfo.

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