Reconsider Veto on UN Cease-fire Resolution in Gaza
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Reconsider Veto on UN Cease-fire Resolution in Gaza

To: Rep. Johnson, Sen. Cassidy, Sen. Kennedy, Pres. Biden

From: A constituent in Natchitoches, LA

February 21

The recent veto of the United Nations resolution for an immediate humanitarian cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war in Gaza, which has resulted in over 29,000 Palestinian deaths, is concerning. This resolution, supported globally, aims to halt this devastation. The argument that the resolution interferes with hostage negotiations is counterproductive. A cease-fire can create a conducive environment for negotiations, potentially aiding in the release of hostages. It is urged to reconsider the stance on vetoing such resolutions. Constantly vetoing UN resolutions is not only counterproductive but also damaging to diplomatic relations and the reputation of the USA. Supporting initiatives that prioritize human lives and peaceful negotiations is crucial.

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