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Netanyahu to ABC: Not operating in Gaza means losing the war

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Prime Minister told news network ABC in an interview on Sunday that "Those who say that under no circumstances should we enter Rafah are basically saying lose the war." 

Benjamin Netanyahu © Mena Today 

Israeli Prime Minister told news network ABC in an interview on Sunday that "Those who say that under no circumstances should we enter Rafah are basically saying lose the war." 

"I agree with the Americans, we're going to do it while providing safe passage for the civilian population so they can leave," he added.

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