Triple Call for Immediate Cease-fire in Gaza: Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan Urge Israel to Respect International Law and Human Rights

The Arab world embraces the UN decision as a crucial and vital advancement.

Saudi Arabia, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry and the Jordanian Foreign Ministry have all welcomed the UN Security Council’s decision for an immediate cease-fire in Gaza during Ramadan. They called on Israel to adhere to the resolution, which would lead to a permanent cease-fire, the release of hostages, and increased humanitarian aid to civilians in the Strip.

The Palestinian Foreign Ministry has emphasized the importance of freedom of movement for Palestinians and access to humanitarian needs in all areas of Gaza Strip. Hamas has also called on Israel to comply with the resolution and allow for heavy equipment to clear rubble so that Palestinians can rebuild their homes and infrastructure.

Saudi Arabia urged international community to halt Israeli attacks on Gaza civilians, end their suffering, provide hope to Palestinian people, and allow them to obtain their rights to live securely and establish a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital. The Saudi Foreign Ministry stated that it strongly condemns any act that violates international law or threatens peace and stability in the Middle East region.

The Egyptian Foreign Ministry highlighted the need for a cease-fire in Gaza by calling on Israel to stop bloodshed and prevent civilian losses. The ministry also emphasized that any agreement reached must include provisions for uninterrupted humanitarian aid delivery and respect for civilians’ rights. Additionally, they stressed that efforts should continue with international and regional parties to resolve this crisis peacefully.

The Jordanian Foreign Ministry also supported this call for an immediate cease-fire in Gaza, urging Israel to comply with international law, protect civilians from harm, ensure free movement of goods into Gaza Strip without restrictions or delays, and guarantee safe passage between West Bank cities through Jordan Valley border crossing points.

Saudi Arabia, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry and the Jordanian Foreign Ministry have all welcomed the UN Security Council’s decision for an immediate cease-fire in Gaza during Ramadan. They called on Israel to adhere to the resolution, which would lead to a permanent cease-fire, the release of hostages, and increased humanitarian aid to civilians in the…

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