AlJarwan: “There is a need for a ceasefire and the restoration of peace talks between Israel and Palestine.”
The President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace calls for an end to the armed response and the search for a peaceful solution
The escalation of tragic events between Israel and Palestine has caused the entire world to hold its breath, and under these circumstances, the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace (GCTP), through its President Ahmed bin Mohammed Al-Jarwan, stated that it is necessary to stop the armed response and return to dialogue in order to reach a peaceful solution to the conflict.
Al-Jarwan stressed, expressing his rejection of every action that causes an escalation of hostilities, that “this conflict must not continue through acts of violence and war, between action and reaction. The time has come to protect lives and capabilities, and effective work to activate the two-state solution contributes to Establishing security and just peace throughout the region.”
The central goals of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace are based on building a real and sustainable peace for the benefit of humanity, without resorting to violence or the use of military force, but rather by supporting a culture of tolerance among peoples and nations. This requires joint international action that defends peaceful coexistence, human values, and supports points of convergence between peoples.
The Global Council for Tolerance and Peace works in harmony with the 2030 Agenda of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, in order to build a better and more sustainable future for all. Especially the sixteenth goal, which focuses on promoting peace and justice and building strong institutions, supporting integration and tolerance within societies, seeking to reduce violence, putting an end to corruption, ensuring universal access to justice, and promoting the building of transparent and effective institutions.
Al-Jarwan stressed that the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, in light of its follow-up of these events, calls for “an immediate ceasefire, respect for international law, and an immediate return to the negotiating table in order to develop a political road map aimed at reaching a peaceful, comprehensive and just solution based on the two-state solution and an end to the occupation.” And building a Palestinian state, in accordance with what is stated in international law, and by recognizing the 1967 borders.”