Pope Francis Appeals For ‘Peace’ Amid Israel-Hamas War

Recently the name Pope Francis has come on the internet and it has been trading on social media platforms because of his appeal. Pope Francis is the head of the Catholic Church, the bishop of Rome and sovereign of the Vatican City State. Reportedly, Pope Francis has appealed for peace amid the ongoing Israel & Hamas war. The Israel & Hamas war started on 7 October 2023. Currently, the news has come on the internet as many people are super curious to know about the news. We have more information about the news and will share it with you in this article.

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He expressed his worries about the dire situation in Gaza and pleaded to prevent a ‘humanitarian catastrophe.’ Pope stated in the post on X(formerly Twitter) “The condition in Gaza is disappointing. Please let everything likely be done to bypass a humanitarian disaster. Let the weapons be muted: let the cry for peace be listened to by the poor, from the people, from the kids!” Later, one user reacted and stated that the was has turned into a ‘binary game’ He added,” All have been ignoring that hundreds and thousands of innocent people, including kids, are dying in this conflict. You are on the right page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.

Meanwhile, the user also stated it’s time we stood up for humanity. Pope also said that fighting does not solve any problem and gives way only to death and destruction. Abdel Fattah El-Sisi is a very well-known Egyptian President who has been planning to send around 20 truckloads of help into the Gaza Strip. Israeli government authorised humanitarian assistance into southern Gaza from Egypt only as long as none of it would be diverted to the Hamas militant group.

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As far as we know, the United States rejected a United Nations Security Council resolution about the conflict, a solution that was initially submitted by Brazil. In the vote, the United Kingdom and Russia refrained, while the remaining 12 members of the Security Council supported the resolution. The proposal desired to show “humanitarian pauses” to enable the delivery of aid to Gaza. It also blamed the attacks by Hamas and categorising the group as “terrorists.” The resolution called for the quick release of civilian hostages. Here we have more information about the news if we get any information then we will update you soon. Stay tuned to us for more updates.

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