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Israel prepares to enter Rafah and the fighting will last at least six weeks, report

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Egyptian officials told the Wall Street Journal that Israel is preparing to move civilians from Rafah to Khan Yunis and other areas, where it plans to set up tent shelters, food distribution centers, and medical facilities such as field hospitals. 

The Israeli army will deploy where the members of Hamas are located © Mena Today 

Egyptian officials told the Wall Street Journal that Israel is preparing to move civilians from Rafah to Khan Yunis and other areas, where it plans to set up tent shelters, food distribution centers, and medical facilities such as field hospitals. 

According to the sources, the civilian evacuation operation will last about two to three weeks in coordination with the United States, Egypt, and other Arab countries such as the United Arab Emirates. 

It was also reported that Israel plans to move forces to Rafah gradually and to focus on areas where it believes Hamas leaders and terrorists are hiding.

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