With the ever increasing toll of dead bodies in Gaza, one wonders what it will take to stop the cruelty that has been governing the region for quite a long. The dead count is rising with each passing day and little has any peace organization or country done to curb the situation. The cause of the brutal Israel attacks are said to be the destruction of the Palestinian network of Humus, the militant group that fights on behalf of the Palestinian Muslims.
11 August, 2014; there were reports that Israel has announced 3 days cease fire and that they have allowed this time relaxation to give time to peace talks that are said to be taking place in Egypt. The Israeli Prime Minister stated that we have no way ended the mission, which is to destroy the underground network of Hamas, and that this is just a 3 day break to give way to talks and further negotiate things.
Talks have paved way to Israelis being pushed away from Gaza while the Palestinians have shown agreement to disarm Hamas army from the process of demilitarization. The peace talks have said to resume in Egypt the older pact between the two forces but this is not pointing to any complete ceasefire or expulsion of Israeli forces from Gaza.
The Israeli Government spokesman told CNN that if the continuous violence from Hamas can stop and if they vow to stop the terror they have been causing to the Israeli citizen and to step back from spreading the violence then only Israeli forces will pull themselves out of Gaza. For Israelis the two main aims that they look forward to and what will earn Gaza peace are; demilitarization and the non-violence behaviour from the Hamas.
The terrorism that is witnessed in severe parts of the world in different forms has been affecting the world market badly; especially, if we talk about the financial market where a small thing can make big difference. For instance the Malaysian market apply credit card was hit badly when the economy suffered second air crash in less than 3 months.
This terror and deaths needs to stop, not just for the sake of our present but for our future as well.