Egypt preparing for Gazan influx and the rising price of leaving the Strip

All official cross-border travel has ceased, with the exception of foreign nationals and the severely injured, with cross-border movement still largely managed by Hala, which charges large sums.

Kabul seeks stronger ties and refugee leniency from Islamabad's new government

The statement by the spokesman for Afghanistan's caretaker government comes in the wake of elections in Pakistan and shared issues among the states, namely refugees and migration.


Holocaust education bill fails in Washington State after debate over Jewish refugees, and Gaza war

Republicans felt that the latest version of the bill contained implied references to Gaza Palestinians’ experience during the war.


Reviving Israel’s periphery

Rashi Foundation CEO Michal Cohen on revitalizing war-torn communities

 Palestinians gather to collect water from a house in Jabaliya refugee camp in northern Gaza

Diabetes, cholera, malnutrition could wreak havoc in Gaza, even if war stops today

Even with a ceasefire, about 11,580 people could still die in the same period if there is an outbreak disease.


Egypt must reap what they sowed to prevent another October 7 from happening

Egypt bears massive responsibility for the ongoing crisis. To prevent another October 7, this will require Israel to maintain control of the Rafah crossing

Egypt building border wall as Israel assaults Rafah - WSJ

The wall, which is set to span 8 square miles, is being developed as Egyptian officials fear refugees from Gaza will flood into the country after Israel removes Hamas from power.

Arab Israelis 'oppressed' into silence over Hamas war, Arab MK claims

Tibi’s exclusive interview depicts the situation that Arab-Israelis are in during the Israel-Hamas war.

The Rafah tipping point: The culmination of Israel's war on Hamas

Taking on the last Hamas stronghold in Gaza can end the war or create the ultimate humanitarian disaster. Perhaps both simultaneously.


Aid groups warn of Rafah 'bloodbath' if Israel advances

"If the same bombs used in Khan Younis were used in Rafah, it would be at least a doubling or tripling of the toll because it's so densely populated," said Dr Santosh Kumar.

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