Israeli attack on Rafah will be 'huge mistake,' says US vice president

Israeli attack on Rafah will be 'huge mistake,' says US vice president

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US Vice President Kamala Harris said any attack by Israel on Rafah, despite all warnings, would be a "huge mistake." CE Report quotes Anadolu Agency

"We have been clear in multiple conversations and in every way that any major military operation in Rafah would be a huge mistake," Harris told ABC News.

"Let me tell you something: I have studied the maps. There's nowhere for those folks to go," Harris said.

When asked about the possibility of the US taking action in response to Israel's attack on Rafah, Harris said they would "take it step by step," but emphasized that no option is off the table.

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