David Cameron, the Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom, has personally spoken out against Israel’s attacks on the Gaza Strip and ruled out any type of reward for Hamas in a two-state solution. In a speech to the House of Lords, he referred to a specific case where British doctors and charities had worked in a building that was bombed.
Cameron called the situation in Gaza tragic and expressed a desire to see an end to the suffering and slaughter. He wants to turn the current pause into a permanent ceasefire, but he conditions this on the complete departure of all Hamas representatives and leaders from the Gaza Strip.
He emphasized the importance of dismantling terrorist operations, establishing a new Palestinian Authority government, and providing a political horizon for a two-state solution. Cameron also stressed the need to free all hostages quickly.
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