The ceasefire is still a long way off

United Nations: World leaders have once again called for a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel, but they have not agreed on a single statement in the UN Security Council. Meanwhile, the death toll continues to rise. Palestinians in the Arab and occupied territories living in Israel went on a general strike on Tuesday in protest of the Israeli bombing of Gaza. The strike was called to protest the Israeli attack on worshipers at Al-Aqsa Mosque and the plan to evacuate Palestinians who have lived for centuries in the Sheikh Jarrah area of ‚Äč‚ÄčEast Jerusalem. The fourth emergency Security Council meeting on the Palestinian crisis According to reports, the meeting lasted less than an hour and no joint statement was issued. Expressing disappointment, the Palestinian envoy called on the United Nations to call for humanitarian aid for the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. France, along with Egypt and Jordan, has submitted a new ceasefire resolution to the Security Council. China is also in favor of a ceasefire. Clashes also broke out between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces on Tuesday. Israeli troops opened fire, injuring several people. France called for a Security Council resolution calling for a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel. However, no progress was made this time. Security Council resolutions are usually legally binding. But while approval of the resolution requires a positive vote of at least nine members of the 15-member council, it must also be vetoed by any of the five permanent members. Borrell says the bloc’s foreign ministers have called for an immediate ceasefire between Hamas and Israel. However, Hungary did not support the statement issued by the 27-member union. Yesterday, US President Joe Biden spoke in favor of a ceasefire, but did not call for a ceasefire with Israel. He also spoke by telephone with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. France has also spoken of a ceasefire and has supported Egyptian-led mediation in the matter. A ceasefire by world leaders. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is talking about continuing the attacks despite the demands of. “The fighting will continue as long as it is necessary until the restlessness and unrest of Israeli citizens is removed,” he said. He said Hamas and Islamic Jihad had suffered so much that they could not have imagined it. We have pushed them back many years.

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