Harris warns it would be a ‘mistake’ for Israel to invade Rafah

Published March 25, 2024

The US vice president said that it would be a ‘huge mistake’ to move into Rafah with any type of major military operation.

Israel could face “consequences” if it launches a ground assault on the city of Rafah in southern Gaza, the US vice president has warned.

Vice President Kamala Harris said in an interview that aired on Sunday that it would be a “huge mistake” for the Israeli military to move on the city. The comments appear to underscore the continued strain in relations between Washington and Israel as the latter’s war in Gaza continues.

The United States and other Israeli allies continue to warn against an assault on Rafah, where over 1 million Palestinian civilians are sheltering.


SOURCE: www.aljazeera.com

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Published March 25, 2024

Vice President Kamala Harris warned there could be “consequences” for Israel if it continues with its planned invasion of Rafah—the Gaza town where many Palestinians are sheltering because of fighting elsewhere—the most pointed threat yet from the U.S., as France soon echoed her remarks.


Harris said the Biden Administration had been clear with the Israelis, “any major military operation” in Rafah would “be a huge mistake,” while speaking with ABC News for an interview that aired Sunday.

The vice president’s comments come as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu doubles down on his plan that Israel approved a plan to invade Rafah, despite the thousands of people taking shelter there.

Harris said the U.S. has not ruled out consequences if Israel invades Rafah, saying the administration was going to “take it one step at a time.”

French President Emmanuel Macron later warned Netanyahu about the potential repercussions of a Rafah invasion Sunday saying that forcing people to move from Rafah would constitute “a war crime.”


SOURCE: www.forbes.com

RELATED: Harris says US has not ruled out ‘consequences’ if Israel invades Rafah

“There’s nowhere for those folks to go,” the vice president tells ABC.

Published March 25, 2024

In a wide-ranging new interview with ABC News, Vice President Kamala Harris suggested there could be “consequences” for Israel if it moves ahead with a planned invasion of Rafah in its pursuit of Hamas fighters.

The city, on Gaza’s southern border with Egypt, is thought to currently have some 1.4 million people in it.

According to the U.N., many Palestinians fled there from elsewhere in the territory amid the ongoing war, sparked by Hamas’ Oct. 7 terror attack.

“We have been clear in multiple conversations and in every way that any major military operation in Rafah would be a huge mistake,” Harris told ABC News’ Senior Congressional Correspondent Rachel Scott in part of the interview that aired Sunday on “This Week.”

“Let me tell you something: I have studied the maps. There’s nowhere for those folks to go,” Harris said.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said earlier this month he’d approved a plan to invade Rafah, an announcement that prompted President Joe Biden to relay what the White House called “deep concerns” about the safety of the many civilians sheltering in the city.


SOURCE: www.abcnews.go.com


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