Israel-Hamas war Big Update: The ongoing war between Israel and Hamas has shaken the entire world. Discussion is in full swing in Muslim countries regarding the tense issue between Israel and Palestine. All Muslim countries want a peaceful solution to this war.
Israel-Hamas war Big Update: The ongoing war between Israel and Hamas has shaken the entire world. Discussion is in full swing in Muslim countries regarding the tense issue between Israel and Palestine. All Muslim countries want a peaceful solution to this war. The thing to note is that all the leading Muslim countries have been blaming Israel for this war. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia and Qatar have taken initiative to provide relief to the hostages of both the countries through talks.
Let us tell you that Saudi Arabia called an urgent ministerial meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Tuesday to discuss the tension in Gaza. 52 Muslim countries are included in this organization. The OIC condemned the Israeli army and its aggression against Gaza. OIC said that it holds Israel responsible for ignoring international resolutions.
The United Nations said on Tuesday that the war has left more than 187,000 of Gaza’s 2.3 million people homeless. In 2014, approximately 400,000 people were left homeless after Israeli air and ground attacks.
Amidst the conflict between Israel and Hamas, Qatar has tried to provide relief to women prisoners. If reports are to be believed, Qatar wants to negotiate with America and exchange the female prisoners of both the countries. At the same time, Islamic country Egypt has discussed this issue with UAE and Saudi Arabia. A report on an Israeli website said that Hamas spokesperson is also ready for talks regarding the release of terrorists imprisoned in Israel. If sources are to be believed, Qatar wants an immediate settlement with the help of America regarding the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas. Under this agreement, it has been said that Hamas will release kidnapped women in exchange for Palestinian women prisoners imprisoned in Israeli jails. At the same time, Israeli officials have called this report baseless.
Egypt and UAE also talked about the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas. Egyptian President Abdel Fatah el-Sisi and UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan agreed on the importance of stepping up diplomatic efforts aimed at stopping violence, protecting people and ending the war. The statement also said that these efforts should also include the issue of establishing a just and lasting peace.