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American President Joe Biden called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and reiterated US opposition to an attack on Rafah “without protection for Palestinian civilians.” The White House announced this in a statement. Biden, we read in the US statement, “reiterated that the military operation cannot continue without a credible and implementable plan to ensure the security and support of the civilian population in Rafah.” The American president and Netanyahu also discussed ongoing negotiations for the release of Israeli hostages still in the hands of Hamas, the White House added. US Vice President Kamala Harris will meet with Israeli President Isaac Herzog and Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani at the Munich Security Conference today.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wrote in a letter to the parties without preconditions: “Israel will continue to oppose the unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state. Such recognition would represent an unprecedented enormous reward after the October 7 massacre.” to combat terrorism and prevent any future peace agreement.

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Hundreds of Palestinian workers from the West Bank are working in Israel to help build a new barrier along the Gaza Strip border, despite the Israeli security cabinet prohibiting them from doing so, the Ynet news site reports, citing eyewitness accounts from Israeli defense IDF soldiers stationed in the region . According to Ynet, Palestinian workers are engaged in engineering work on breakthroughs in the fence, which was damaged in dozens of places at the start of the war against Hamas. Israel's Defense Ministry responded to the reports by saying that only four Palestinians are working on the project, stating that it hires contractors “in accordance with security guidelines, classification and sensitivity of the work” and that the workers are drawn from a group of Palestinian workers was granted “approval to work on essential projects” for Israel.

At least twelve people died yesterday in an Israeli airstrike on the Nuseirat refugee camp in the center of the Gaza Strip. This was announced by a spokesman for Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, citing international media. Ten of the victims were women and children, the source said. The Palestinian news agency Wafa reports that at least six people died and several others were injured in an Israeli shelling that hit a house in the Al-Nasr neighborhood of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip in the early hours of today. Two more people died yesterday evening in a raid by Israeli forces on two houses east of Jabalia in the north of the Palestinian enclave. Another Israeli bomb attack on a vehicle and a group of people in the city of Gaza killed at least three people and injured several others in recent hours, according to Wafa. According to the Hamas-run Palestinian Health Ministry, the total death toll in Gaza since October 7 is at least 28,663 dead and 68,395 injured.

The Israeli army continues operations at Nasser Hospital

The Israeli army continues to operate at Nasser Hospital in Khan Yunisi as part of a “precise and limited operation against the terrorist organization Hamas.” The military spokesman said the operation was based on “intelligence information indicating that Hamas activities are being carried out inside the hospital.” The source confirmed that “over 20 terrorists involved in the October 7 massacre have been arrested so far and dozens of suspects have been detained for questioning.” “Mortars, grenades and other Hamas weapons were found in the hospital area,” he continued.

Hamas, the death toll in Gaza is 28,775

The Hamas Ministry of Health updates the death toll in the Gaza Strip, putting it at 28,775 deaths so far.

Gaza: “4 dead due to lack of oxygen after hospital raid”

Four patients died due to the interruption of oxygen supply after the Israeli attack on the hospital in Khan Yunis. This was announced by the Hamas-controlled Gaza Ministry of Health

Moscow organizes conference with Hamas and Islamic Jihad

Russia has invited 14 Palestinian factions, including Hamas and Islamic Jihad, to take part in an intra-Palestinian conference to be held in Moscow from February 29 to March 2. This was stated by Special Envoy for the Middle East Mikhail Bogdanov, quoted by the Tass agency.

“We have invited all Palestinian representatives and all political forces present in the various countries of the region, including Syria and Lebanon,” Bogdanov explained. Most, he added, “belong to the Palestine Liberation Organization, but there are also some organizations that have not yet joined, Hamas and Islamic Jihad,” he added.

Israel: “Hezbollah complex hit, terrorists killed”

Last night – after the rockets were fired from Lebanon at Kiryat Shmona – the Israeli Air Force attacked a “Hezbollah military complex” across the border in the southern city of Qantara. According to the military spokesman, “real terrorists were killed.” The same source added that “another Hezbollah military facility was hit in the city area.”

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