According to report reaching the desk of PACKET TRACER from popular news media, Peoples Gazette, President Muhammadu Buhari has broken silence regarding the ongoing crisis between the Israelis and the Palestinians. He went to call on authorities of both party to desist from violence and respect human rights. He went on to say that his administration is monitoring the crisis which is ongoing and has led to destruction of lives and properties.
[President Muhammadu Buhari observing Eid-el-Fitr prayer today | BBC pidgin]
President Muhammadu Buhari has always made his opinion about working for the peaceful coexistence of nations known in his speeches, even though the state of the nation looks a bit jittery security wise.
He issued out a strong warning to the Israeli and Palestinian authorities via a statement made by the foreign affairs minister. He urged both parties to keep their differences aside and embrace peace.
The crisis in Israel and Palestine took another dimension and escalated after residents of launched airstrikes into occupied areas of East Jerusalem. No fewer than eighty people reportedly lost their lives in Palestine while almost 10 deaths was recorded in Israel since Monday. This is indeed a worrying times for both nations.
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