published : 2023-12-10
Palestinian President Abbas Urges US to End Israel-Hamas War
Abbas Calls for International Peace Conference to Find a Solution
In a recent interview with Reuters, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas asserted that the United States holds the power to order Israel to cease the ongoing war with Hamas. However, he expressed his disappointment that the U.S. has not taken such action.
Abbas went on to criticize the United States for fully supporting Israel and placing the responsibility for the conflict on their shoulders.
In an effort to resolve the Israel-Hamas war, Abbas called for an international peace conference under the auspices of world powers. He expressed his support for peaceful resistance through negotiations, with the ultimate goal of establishing a sovereign Palestinian state in Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and East Jerusalem.
Although a temporary cease-fire and hostage release deal was agreed upon in late November, it only lasted for a week before hostilities resumed in the Gaza Strip.
President Biden, in a meeting with donors, held Hamas responsible for breaking the agreement with Israel due to their refusal to release the remaining captives.
Abbas referenced the United States' support for a two-state solution and their stance against Israel occupying Gaza, maintaining security control over the region, or expropriating land. However, he criticized the lack of enforcement by the U.S. in compelling Israel to implement their stated positions.
The article concludes with Abbas emphasizing the need for the U.S. to take stronger action to end the conflict and implement the desired peace settlement.
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