Israel-Hamas War: Security Council passes ceasefire resolution amid Hamas Israel war


Israel-Hamas War: The resolution was introduced by the US, which passed 14-0. Russia was not present during the voting.

Israel-Hamas War: There has been a long-running war between Israel and Hamas. Meanwhile, on June 10, the United Nations Security Council supported and approved its first resolution of a ceasefire plan aimed at ending the war. The resolution was introduced by the United States, which passed 14-0. Russia was not present during the voting.

US President Joe Biden said that Israel has accepted the proposal. The US has also asked Hamas to accept the proposal. On the proposal, the US said that Israel and Hamas should fully implement the terms of the resolution without any conditions.

Hamas welcomed the proposal

Hamas put forward this proposal on Monday. Hamas said that it is ready to cooperate with the mediator to implement the principles of the resolution. Hamas said it is willing to hold indirect talks to implement the principles in line with its demands. Hamas welcomes everything contained in the Security Council resolution, which includes principles including a permanent ceasefire in Gaza, full withdrawal, exchange of prisoners, reconstruction, return of displaced persons to their areas of residence, and provision of necessary assistance.

This war has been going on since October 7

It is worth noting that on the morning of October 7, Hamas fired about 5000 rockets at Israeli cities. After which the war between the two sides continues. Israel has termed this attack as a terrorist attack. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed not to end the ceasefire until Hamas is destroyed. According to Gaza health officials, more than 36,700 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli attacks. More than 80 thousand people have been injured. Most of them are women and children. 80 percent of the population has been displaced.