Shortly after the conflict began, the Ahmadiyya community called for a de-escalation of tensions between Palestinians and Israelis

Ahmadiyya community puts forward peace proposals for the Israel-Hamas war

Destrucción causada por los ataques israelíes en sus hogares en la aldea de Khuzaa, al este de Khan Yunis, cerca de la valla fronteriza entre Israel y el sur de la Franja de Gaza el 27 de noviembre de 2023, en medio de una tregua. en las batallas entre Israel y Hamás. 

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photo_camera AFP/ SAID KHATIB - Destrucción causada por los ataques israelíes en sus hogares en la aldea de Khuzaa, al este de Khan Yunis, cerca de la valla fronteriza entre Israel y el sur de la Franja de Gaza el 27 de noviembre de 2023, en medio de una tregua. en las batallas entre Israel y Hamás

According to Diario de Córdoba, Qamar Fazal, spokesman for the Ahmadiyya community in Spain, took part earlier this week in a conference at the Andalusian city's Faculty of Law to address the war between Israel and Hamas, putting forward proposals to achieve peace. The event was moderated by Manuel Torres, Director of the Unesco Chair in Conflict Resolution.

Shortly after the war began following the Hamas attack on Israel on 7 October, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community called for a de-escalation of the conflict and tension between Palestinians and Israelis.

The Ahmadiyya community has called for efforts by the United States and other influential nations to establish peace as soon as possible. "We pray and urge for an immediate end to hostilities and for peace to prevail so that no more lives are lost. For that, the channels of communication between the parties and relevant nations need to remain open," the community said in a statement.

Both sides have agreed to a truce brokered by Qatar, the United States and Egypt. In recent days, there has been no fighting, humanitarian aid has entered Gaza and dozens of Israeli hostages have returned home. Israel, in return, has released more than 100 Palestinian women prisoners and minors on terrorism-related charges. 

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