The IDF is continuing its battle against Hamas in Rafah, and there is no policy change, a source in the Prime Minister’s Office clarified after the army announced the creation of a daily 11-hour humanitarian corridor from the Kerem Shalom Crossing to the Salah al-Din Road.

When Netanyahu “heard the reports in the morning about a daily humanitarian pause for 11, he turned to his military secretary and made it clear that this was unacceptable to him,” the source stated. After checking out the situation, “the Prime Minister was informed that there was no change in IDF policy and that the fighting in Rafah continued as planned,” the source stated.

Need to increase humanitarian aid flow

The source spoke out following an army announcement that “As part of ongoing efforts by the IDF and Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories to increase the volumes of humanitarian aid entering the Gaza Strip and following additional related discussions with the UN and international organizations,” new procedures had been put in place to help with aid distribution.... Read More: JPost