Israel Hamas War: Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on phone with Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi on Monday regarding the Israel-Hamas war. This telephonic discussion of PM Modi was specifically based on stopping the increased tension due to Israel-Hamas war, continuing humanitarian assistance and early restoration of peace. PM Modi has tweeted this information on social site X (formerly Twitter). Prime Minister Modi has tweeted that he had a good exchange of views with Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi on the difficult situation in West Asia and the Israel-Hamas conflict. Terrorist incidents, violence and loss of civilian lives are a matter of grave concern. It is important to prevent escalation, ensure continued humanitarian assistance and ensure early restoration of peace and stability. Welcomed the progress in our bilateral cooperation, including on Chabahar Port.
We are against all types of terrorism- PM Modi
It is known that Prime Minister Modi had earlier also spoken on phone to Palestine Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Foreign Minister in the Government of India S. Jaishankar had also discussed the Israel-Hamas conflict over phone with Iran’s Foreign Minister Hussein Amir-Abdullahian on Sunday (November 5). Sharing information regarding this discussion, Jaishankar said, “Informed Iran’s Foreign Minister Hussein Amir-Abdullahian about the importance of stopping the conflict and providing humanitarian assistance.” It is noteworthy that since the beginning of the war between Israel and Hamas on October 7, India has kept its stand clear. Recently, after a phone conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, PM Modi had said, “The people of India stand with Israel in this difficult time. We are against all types of terrorism.”
Israel Hamas War: Israeli army attacked Hamas
It is noteworthy that the war between Israel and Hamas continues for the 31st day. Even today the Israeli army is carrying out heavy bombing in Gaza. The situation is such that claims are being made that more than 10 thousand Palestinian civilians have been killed in Gaza Strip. At the same time, the death toll in Israel is said to be more than 1400. Gaza’s healthcare system is facing collapse. These things have been said by Medicines Sans Frontiers. The International Medical Organization (The World Medical Association) has also said that there is a severe shortage of resources in Gaza’s hospitals. Doctors in Gaza have warned that the lives of 130 premature babies are in danger due to fuel shortages. The situation is unsatisfactory on both sides. The Israeli army is fighting against terrorism on the fronts.
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