Speaker Chambers calls for peace in Gaza

Liberian House Speaker Bhofal Chambers has called for an immediate cessation of hostilities in Gaza, the Middle East. Israeli forces and Hamas have been in battle in Gaza since an attack against Israel on 7 October this year. Speaker Chambers told the people of Israel and Hamas in the Gaza area that the world cannot afford any more violence.

Liberian House Speaker Bhofal Chambers has called for an immediate cessation of hostilities in Gaza, the Middle East.

Israeli forces and Hamas have been in battle in Gaza since an attack against Israel on 7 October this year.

Recognizing the devastating impact of conflict on the lives of innocent civilians, Speaker Chambers emphasized the paramount importance of peace over war.

“Peace is better than war. Whatever the case, the cause of war often lingers, but peace can be a lasting structure that ensures the safety of everyone,” said Speaker Chambers.

He expressed concern over the dire situation in Gaza, where vital institutions such as schools, places of worship, and medical facilities are at risk.

“You have children, you have churches, mosques, hospitals, and everything now is almost anybody’s guess,” he noted.

The Liberian official said he thinks peace must be given a chance in that part of the world.

“We are all equal; as such, let God bless us and intervene.”

Speaker Chambers told the people of Israel and Hamas in the Gaza area that the world cannot afford any more violence.

He highlighted the shared humanity and the need for a collective effort to establish peace in the region.

“We call on the people of Israel and Hamas, the Gaza area, to stop the hostilities because the world doesn’t need any more violence than is already occurring,” said Speaker Chambers.

He said Liberia stands in solidarity with the international community in advocating for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Gaza.

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