End the war in Gaza Joe Biden says.


End the war in Gaza, Joe Biden says.

The recent escalation of violence between Israel and Hamas in Gaza has resulted in hundreds of deaths, thousands of injuries, and immense suffering, especially among Palestinian civilians. As U.S. President Joe Biden recently stated, "It's time for this war in Gaza to end." There are several compelling reasons why ending this conflict as soon as possible is critical.

First and foremost, the humanitarian toll of this war has been devastating. Israeli airstrikes have killed over 200 Palestinians in Gaza, including dozens of children. Over 1,500 Palestinians have been wounded. On the Israeli side, 12 people have been killed by Hamas rocket fire. Hundreds of homes, medical facilities, schools, and businesses in Gaza have been destroyed or severely damaged. Living conditions for the 2 million residents of the Gaza Strip, already dire due to an ongoing blockade, have become even more unbearable. Food, water, electricity and medical care are in short supply. Continuing this conflict will only lead to more civilian deaths and suffering on a massive scale.

Secondly, the current hostilities are unlikely to resolve the underlying issues and risk triggering a wider regional conflict. The root causes - the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories, the expansion of settlements, Hamas' refusal to recognize Israel - remain unaddressed. Without progress on these fundamental disputes, breaking the cycle of violence will remain difficult. The longer the fighting drags on, the greater the chances it could draw in other parties like Hezbollah and Iran and expand into a major regional war. Urgent diplomacy is needed to stop the immediate bloodshed and get a peace process back on track.

Additionally, the war threatens to unravel the progress made in normalizing relations between Israel and Arab states. The Abraham Accords brokered by the U.S. last year were a historic diplomatic breakthrough. However, the Gaza crisis has inflamed public opinion in the Arab world and put pressure on signatory governments. Continuing conflict jeopardizes these budding ties and could close the door on further Arab-Israeli reconciliation. Quickly ending the hostilities would help preserve this important step towards regional peace.

In conclusion, President Biden is right that this tragic and destructive war in Gaza must end now. With every day it continues, more innocent lives are lost, more unimaginable hardship is inflicted on Palestinian civilians, the risk rises of a wider conflagration, and hard-won diplomatic progress is endangered. All parties must silence the guns without delay. The international community must step up pressure for an immediate ceasefire. Then the difficult but essential work of addressing the deep-seated issues fueling this conflict and finding a just, lasting peace must proceed with new urgency. Only an end to the recurring wars punctuated by uneasy truces and a negotiated two-state solution can offer real hope to Israelis and Palestinians of a stable, secure and prosperous future.


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