US Urges Continued Access To Gaza Via Rafah Crossing

US Urges Continued Access To Gaza Via Rafah Crossing

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In recent developments concerning the aid delivery to Gaza, the United States has underscored the importance of keeping the Rafah crossing open for the continued movement of essential aid to the people of Gaza.

Twenty aid trucks have successfully crossed into Gaza from Egypt, a number that aligns with Israel’s prior agreement.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken, while welcoming this progress, emphasized the need for all parties involved to maintain access via the Rafah crossing. In a statement obtained by the AFP news agency, Blinken stated, “We have been clear: Hamas must not interfere with the provision of this life-saving assistance.”

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He further stressed that Palestinian civilians should not be held responsible for the actions of Hamas, labelling them as “horrific terrorism” and emphasized that they should not endure suffering due to these actions.

The US’s call for continued access through the Rafah crossing aims to ensure that vital aid reaches the people of Gaza in a timely and efficient manner.

In related news, along Israel’s border with Lebanon, large numbers of troops are preparing for a potential new northern front in this war if there’s a major attack from the north.

Fields are being turned into forward operating bases, artillery shells are being prepared and armoured vehicles readied.

Israel is doing what it can to strengthen and fortify this border, moving soldiers in and evacuating civilians from locals towns and villages.

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