“How is peace achieved?” In a series presented by the CNN Arab site, Amr Hamzawi, director of the Middle East Program at the Carnegie Center for International Peace, said, “The prospects for peace in the Middle East seem difficult, but we can think of different ways to approach it. The goal of peace.”
Hamzawi divided the tracks into three, the first stating that “the general consensus in Palestine and Israel is to criminalize the killing of civilians” and that “there can be no possibility of thinking about peace, reconciliation or a solution to the conflict. An agreement to criminalize the killing of civilians without conditions and without “restrictions”.
He continued: “The second path is to find better arrangements for the Gaza Strip once the war ends,” and “there are huge challenges in Gaza, it's a humanitarian situation, so it's very important to continue to increase aid. Convert humanitarian aid to reconstruction efforts and find a better Palestinian way.” For the voices of the Palestinian people in Gaza, don't marginalize them in every talk about the future of Gaza.”
“Ultimately, in the long run, the Arab world has an important role to play,” Hamzawi concluded. Peace and mediation between the Palestinian and Israeli parties – Egypt, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates and Morocco – countries that unite between the Palestinian and Israeli sides and accumulated diplomatic experience, should rely on these parties. A new Arab peace initiative that offers normalcy and peace in exchange for a Palestinian state on the 1976 borders should be taken forward.