More than 50 people killed in Israeli strikes on Rafah

The Israeli military conducted heavy air strikes in Rafah, Gaza, causing significant damage and killing at least 52 people. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered a possible ground offensive. The city is facing a dire situation with thousands seeking shelter and limited resources. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has given orders for the army to prepare for a ground offensive on Rafah, which is considered to be the last major population center in Gaza that Israeli troops have yet to enter since the conflict began following Hamas’s attacks on October 7.