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Iran-Israel war: Shehu Sani urges warring parties to sheathe swords

A former lawmaker representing Kaduna Central senatorial district, Senator Shehu Sani, has appealed to the Islamic Republic of Iran and Israel to sheathe their swords…

A former lawmaker representing Kaduna Central senatorial district, Senator Shehu Sani, has appealed to the Islamic Republic of Iran and Israel to sheathe their swords and stop flexing muscles in the interest of peace in the Middle East.

A suspected Israeli strike on an Iranian consulate in Syria at the beginning of the month was followed by a retaliatory attack by Iran on Israel on 13 April. Israel responded by conducting strikes near the Iranian city of Isfahan on Friday although there has been no official Israeli confirmation.

Speaking on the crisis in the Middle East in an interview with journalists yesterday in Abuja, Sani condemned missiles launched by both feuding countries, saying the threat of an all-out war between Iran and Israel could herald a third world war which is not in the interest of any nation.

Sani called on Hamas to release Israeli hostages as part of moves to end the catastrophe since October 7 in Gaza and urged Israel to respect the United Nations resolutions, stop the bombing of Gaza, and opt for dialogue to restore permanent peace.

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“The World needs peace. The exchange of missiles between Iran and Israel is a threat to the peace of the Middle East and the world.”

 

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