Two-State policy needed to end the war

Pope Francis’ opinion on Hamas-Israel war

(Credits:CBS News)

Vatican City – In an interview with Italian state television RAI’s TG1 news channel, the Supreme leader of Christians, Pope Francis said, “”(Those are) two peoples who have to live together. With that wise solution, two states.” The Pope added, the Oslo Accord, two well-defined states and Jerusalem with a special status.”


An escalation, Pope said, “would mean the end of so many things and so many lives”. He also said that he was concerned about the rise in antisemitism, adding that much of it still “remains hidden”.

What is ‘Oslo Accord’?

In 1993, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Palestine Liberation Organisation leader Yasser Arafat shook hands in Oslo, Capital of Norway on the Oslo Accords establishing limited Palestinian autonomy.