Calling the status in West Asia ‘unstable’ and worrisome’ because of the continued Israel-Hamas conflict, Lebanese Ambassador to Republic of India Rabie Narsh stated that the rustic requires a ‘non violent answer’ to the battle, including that ‘two-state answer’ is the one way to the extremity.
“The situation in Lebanon is volatile. It’s tense and worrisome, of course. We are worried because we have experienced Israeli aggression. We know that Israel is a real threat. And we have experienced the harsh aggression of Israel. So yes, we are worried and the situation is very tense”, the Lebanese Ambassador advised ANI all over an interview right here.
“But at the same time, we are doing all our efforts to keep the situation limited to what we have seen in the exchange of fires. We call for a peaceful solution to the crisis. This solution will only be the two-state solution that all the international community has been calling for”, the envoy added.
On the opportunity of Hezbollah becoming a member of the continued battle amidst the speculations of a two-front conflict, the envoy stated that ‘there’s a risk of escalation’ however his executive is ‘doing its very best to not become involved on this battle.’
“Given the fact that the societies in the Middle East are so interrelated that we consider ourselves the Arab race. I mean, one family or one people. So what hurts a Palestinian would hurt a Syrian, a Lebanese and every Arab. So, given this fact and the fact that the human loss is unbearable, what we have seen in Gaza is genocide, as well as ethnic cleansing from the Israeli side. So, there is a possibility of course of escalation,” stated the Lebanese envoy.
“But having said that, again, our government is doing all its best not to involve Lebanon or not to drag Lebanon into this war. We are not interested in war, but obviously, Israel is interested in war. That’s why they kept provoking Hezbollah and provoking the situation by bombing homes in southern Lebanon”, added the envoy.
Speaking additional about Iran’s involvement within the ongoing battle, the envoy stated that in step with what he has heard, ‘Iran doesn’t wish to become involved’.
“I don’t speak for Iran. I mean, they speak for themselves, but what I’ve heard is that they are not involved. I mean, they don’t want to get involved. And so far, you know, the situation has been there for three weeks–more than three weeks–with no involvement from Hezbollah or Iran. It’s only one side attack, from Israel, on the Palestinian and civilian infrastructure of Palestine. Like I said, it is ethnic cleansing. It is a genocide by Israel. It’s madness and this madness has to stop,” stated the Lebanese envoy.
Previous, the top of Lebanon’s Hezbollah met with the govern leaders of Palestinian terrorist teams Hamas and Islamic Jihad, the Instances of Israel reported on Wednesday.
The Israeli newsletter posted a picture tweeted on social media X to turn Hezbollah Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Hamas deputy Saleh al-Arouri, and Islamic Jihad Ziad al-Nakhala.
Up to now, Iran’s International Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian warned that preventing in opposition to Israel would possibly visible on “other fronts” if Israel continues its bombardment of Gaza.
“Time is running out very fast,” Abdollahian stated all over a reside televised interview with Iranian surrounding tv. “If the war crimes against the Palestinians are not immediately stopped, other multiple fronts will open and this is inevitable,” the NYT reported.
Era speaking additional about Republic of India’s place within the battle, the envoy said, ‘Republic of India is a peace-loving nation’ and that his nation requires extra involvement and force from the Indian aspect against the Israelis.
“India is a peace-loving country. India is a big player in the international community. They have the rising power and they have lots of responsibilities because, with this and promoting themselves, I mean, they are a peace-loving country and they do have lots of things to do with this crisis. Of course, they are in contact with the leaders in our region, but we also call for more involvement and more pressure from India on the Israeli side to stop this madness,” stated the envoy.
When requested if there were conversations between Lebanon and Republic of India, the envoy stated that there ‘hasn’t been any direct or bilateral touch between Indian officers and Lebanese officers’ even though they ‘are in steady cooperation and coordination with the Indian aspect’.
Commending Republic of India’s peacekeeping presence in Lebanon, the envoy stated that ‘Republic of India has a large position to play games’.
“This is very much commendable. We always commend India. Like I said, India is a peace-loving country, and they are maybe one of the biggest contingents in Lebanon in the peacekeeping forces. We are happy to see this Indian contribution to peace and stability in Lebanon. We commend India for that and we asked them to keep up this peaceful presence in Lebanon because, like I said, India has a big role to play,” said the envoy.
The battle in Gaza escalated next the October 7 assault through Hamas, the place about 2,500 terrorists breached the border into Israel from the Gaza Strip, important to casualties and the seizure of hostages.
Israel has characterized its Gaza offensive as concentrated on Hamas’ infrastructure with the objective of getting rid of all the terror team year making efforts to minimise civilian casualties, The Instances of Israel reported.
A minimum of 7,326 Palestinians were killed in Israeli assaults since October 7. Greater than 1,400 society have been killed within the Hamas assault on Israel.
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