EX-Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has responded to the ongoing conflict among Israel and Palestine, calling for understanding between the different sides.
Jonathan noticed that what is required in the quick term is a truce between the two divided which will be followed by massive certainty building.
The previous Nigerian president cautioned that this isn’t the ideal opportunity for countries to favor one side, approaching the worldwide local area to focus on peace, which, as indicated by him, “is attainable.”
More than 65 Palestinians and 6 individuals from Israel have been killed as the deadly exchange of fire between Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip and the Israeli military raises essentially.
The United Nations said it fears a “full-scale war” as Israel blames Palestinian militants for having fired in more than 1,000 rockets.”
Israel has additionally done many air strikes on Gaza leading to destruction of three pinnacle squares and murdering of senior Hamas officials.
More than sixteen Palestinian kids have been caught up in the conflict.
UN Secretary General António Guterres said he was “seriously worried” by the continuous violence.
In a progression of tweets on Monday, Jonathan said, “The current struggle in that piece of the world can never be settled by countries and foundations favoring one side.
In a series of tweets on Monday, Jonathan said, “The present conflict in that part of the world can never be resolved by nations and institutions taking sides.
“It can only be resolved by those living within the borders of Israel and Palestine taking time to understand each other until they come to a place where they can coexist, co-prosper and eventually cooperate.
“For that to happen, what is needed, in the immediate term, is a ceasefire, followed by massive confidence building on both sides.
“That is what the international community should aim for. Peace. It is achievable. I sue for peace in both Israel and Palestine, and urge that every international support should be towards deescalating the conflict, rather than escalating it.”
Report earlier has it that Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) blamed the administration of former president Goodluck Jonathan for what Palestine is currently facing in the hand of Israel.
They said that Nigeria under Jonathan played an ignoble role in the Palestinian question.
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