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Letter from the World Council of Churches to "The Quartet" PDF Print E-mail
Feb 08, 2006 at 12:00 AM
by General Secretary Rev. Dr. Samuel Kobia
[World Council of Churces, February 8, 2006]
“I write this letter to you at a critical juncture in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We address your office with deep concern that all the members of the Middle East Quartet work in new ways to meet the new situation emerging from last month's Palestinian election... We would like to call your attention to three features of the new situation, which present opportunities for genuine progress toward peace.

First, in an earnest exercise of democratic rights by people denied rights, a sizeable majority of the Palestinian people has expressed their will through elections adjudged by international observers as free and fair. The vote sends a democratic warning to those in the international community who hold responsibility for the long-delayed fulfilment of international obligations to the Palestinian people...”

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