Gaza war: A great tragedy -Hassan Kukah

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The war in Gaza has been described as one of the greatest tragedies in human history and nobody ever imagined the full scale of the conflict.

This was disclosed by Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah, the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sokoto in an interview with ARISE TV, noting that he does not really know how the current situation will be reversed.

Kukah observed that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s days are numbered politically amid the ongoing war between Palestine and Israel following the October 7 attack by the Hamas.

He said, “Going forward, I think it must be really clear to everybody, including Netanyahu himself. But most importantly, you cannot move forward or go backward in any sense of seeking justice if there is no talk about the creation of a Palestinian state. However, the Palestinians must also reflect on the terrible mistakes they made after Oslo 1 and 2. My heart goes out to the people of Palestine.”

He stated that his heart always goes out every morning to the Palestinians and the tragedy that has afflicted them, adding that it would be in the good interest of Hamas to release Israeli hostages so that Nentayahu will have no reason to continue the onslaught on Gaza and its people.

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