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Latest Israel attack threatens ceasefire process – Hamas

THE situation in Gaza remains perilous as the latest Israeli attacks threaten to derail ongoing ceasefire negotiations. 

Hamas has issued stark warnings, stating that continued Israeli military operations in Rafah could undermine efforts to reach a temporary ceasefire. These operations have included intensive airstrikes and ground incursions targeting what Israel claims are tunnels and weapons caches used by Hamas.

The humanitarian crisis in Gaza has worsened dramatically. The United Nations and other international organizations have called for an immediate ceasefire to address the catastrophic conditions faced by civilians. The UN General Assembly President highlighted the urgent need to halt hostilities to prevent further loss of life and alleviate the suffering of the population.

Despite international calls for peace, divisions persist. Efforts led by Egypt, Qatar, and the United States to broker a ceasefire focus on the release of hostages and the delivery of humanitarian aid. However, the United States has vetoed a recent Security Council resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire, arguing that it would not contribute to sustainable peace and might hinder ongoing diplomatic efforts.

The international community remains deeply polarized, with some countries condemning actions on both sides while others call for more decisive measures to address the root causes of the conflict and secure lasting peace.

By The African Mirror

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