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14/05/2021: War between Hamas and Israel, President Bonsi writes to Rivlin and Abu Mazen
President Bonsi sent a letter to Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and to Palestine representative Mahmūd Abbās (Abu Mazen) in reference to the clashes that started on Tuesday 11 May.
In the letter, President Bonsi says he is saddened and worried about this new war and hopes that the two contenders will cease firing immediately and find a definitive solution in a short time.
« I realize that the conflict has ancient origins, but today it is not possible for the Israeli and Palestinian people to continue to live in terror – writes President Bonsi in the letter -. Israelis and Palestinians have the right, after years of torment, to lead a peaceful and peaceful life. This is why I ask for an immediate ceasefire and a definitive resolution. We have a proposal – the President continues in the letter – and we are willing to create a working table to try to bring peace to the Middle East. I am aware that it will not be easy, but it is right and right to try to find a solution; the primary cause of the conflict is Jerusalem and if until now the symbolic value of this city has been the cause of the conflicts between Israel and Palestine, from today Jerusalem must become the keystone of a bright future for the two peoples ».
The letter ends with the proposal studied by the Templar Nation.
Not two separate States with Jerusalem divided into two (East to Palestine and West to Israel), but three independent states: Israel, Palestine and Jerusalem.
In the innovative proposal of the Templar Nation, the working table should find an agreement on the division of territories between Israel and Palestine, while Jerusalem, as a sacred city for monotheistic religions, should remain undivided and become an independent supranational state under the patronage of the United Nations.
Jerusalem should have the status of a “neutral state of peace” and, therefore, despite having its own territorial and administrative sovereignty, it could never forge alliances with any state to the detriment of others, being, by definition, allied with all the states of the world.
In some ways, the proposal is quite similar to that formulated by St. John Paul II, even if at the time the Pontiff had foreseen an “international free zone” placed under the aegis of the UN.
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The decision was made today during a meeting between the President of the Templar Nation, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Ambassador to Countries of the SAARC.