Qatar’s Prime Minister Vows Support for Truce in Israel-Hamas Conflict

On Sunday, Qatar’s prime minister stated that Doha will continue to pressure Israel and Hamas for a truce despite “narrowing” chances.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani also mentioned that hostages were released from Gaza due to negotiations, not Israeli military actions.

Jordanian FM, Palestinian PM speak in Doha

Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, speaking in Doha, accused Israel of implementing a “systematic” policy to push Gazans out of the enclave beyond eliminating Hamas.

Safadi also highlighted that Arabs have a major disagreement with Washington on ending “Israeli atrocities,” and that Israel has created an “amount of hatred” that would “haunt the region for generations to come.”

Demonstrators carry banners and flags during a protest in support of Palestinians in Gaza, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, in Amman, Jordan November 17, 2023. (credit: REUTERS/JEHAD SHELBAK)

The Palestinian prime minister stated that Israel should be sanctioned if it continues to “violate international law and humanitarian resolutions,” as well as being held responsible for the attacks on Gaza and the loss of Palestinian lives.