Israeli and Egyptian Closed Meeting Discusses Attack on Our Rafah

Israeli and Egyptian Closed Meeting Discusses Attack on Our Rafah

Israeli and Egyptian Closed Meeting Discusses Attack on Our Rafah. The leaked contents of a closed meeting between Israel and Egypt on Wednesday 24 April in Cairo were revealed. The two countries apparently discussed plans for a land invasion of the city of Rafah in Gaza. The meeting was attended by Chief Shbet Ronenbar and Herzif Halevi who served as chief of general staff of the Israeli defense forces or IDF.

Meanwhile, from the Egyptian side, the Head of the Egyptian Intelligence Service, Abbas Kamel, and also the Chief of General Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces, Ljen Osama Askar, attended. As is known, Israel has announced plans for its attack on Rafah, but until now they have not announced the exact date.

Israel is now reportedly making plans to evacuate civilians from the Rafah area. Egypt has also expressed concern about an attack on the city. According to Egypt, the attack could potentially trigger an influx of Palestinian refugees into Egyptian territory. Because previously Egypt had also emphasized that it would not allow many Gaza refugees to enter the Sinai desert area.

Meanwhile, the United States has repeatedly asked Israel to ensure that civilians are evacuated from Rafah safely. According to the United States, the planned massive ground attack has the potential to worsen the humanitarian disaster in Gaza.