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Anwar Ibrahim Pleads for Gaza Ceasefire Following Hamas Conversation

Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has made a resounding call for an immediate ceasefire in the embattled region of Gaza. His appeal comes after a pivotal phone dialogue with Ismail Haniyeh, head of Hamas’ political bureau, held yesterday. In a poignant statement posted on his Facebook account, Anwar reiterated Malaysia’s steadfast commitment to the Palestinian people. Expressing grave concern over the dire situation in Gaza, he urged the prompt cessation of bombardment and the establishment of a humanitarian corridor in Rafah. Furthermore, Anwar implored Israel to abandon its controversial policy of dispossession in favor of pursuing a peaceful resolution.

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Anwar emphasized, “It is imperative that we prioritize the well-being and safety of all those affected by this harrowing crisis.” He also affirmed Malaysia’s dedication to providing humanitarian aid in the form of essential supplies such as food and medicine to Gaza.

The Prime Minister had recently used his social media platform to denounce the international community’s perceived bias in addressing the plight of the Palestinian people. He strongly condemned Israel’s relentless expropriation of Palestinian land and property, lamenting the tragic loss of countless innocent lives.

Preceding Anwar’s plea, Malaysia’s foreign ministry had issued a statement urging the United Nations Security Council to call for an immediate ceasefire. The ministry emphasized the importance of recognizing the root causes of the conflict, citing the prolonged illegal occupation, blockade, and suffering endured by the Palestinians. It also underscored the desecration of Al-Aqsa and the politics of dispossession perpetuated by Israel, the occupying power.