- South African President Ramaphosa expressed solidarity with Palestinians amid growing conflict with Israel
- He is seen in a video posted on X offering his condolences after civilian victims lost their lives during recent clashes.
- Ramaphosa called for a peaceful Israeli-Palestinian solution to prevent the war from spreading to other regions
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In a video posted on X, the South African president Cyrille Ramaphosa expressed solidarity with the Palestinians and their quest for peace.
“We have always made our position clear, we have always been in alliance with the Palestinian people and we unapologetically support their cause.”
Peace message from President Ramaphosa
He confirmed South Africa’s agreement support for a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, highlighting its potential positive impact on the Middle East.
While wearing the Palestinian Kufiyah, emblem of Palestinian resistance, Ramaphosa offered his condolences to civilian casualties on both sides of Israel and Palestine due to recent clashes.
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“Sometimes you just need to be quiet.”
“Not a single Muslim country or Arab country has had the courage to say what the brilliant Cyril Ramaphosa is saying. Thank you President Ramaphosa.”
“The majority of South Africans share the same sentiments as our beloved President Cyril Ramaphosa. FREE PALESTINE.”
“We support Palestine as a country,” the president said.
“I can’t believe there’s actually anything we agree on.”
“I pray for all humanity. May there be peace throughout the world.”
“South Africa must learn that some things are only for the big guys. Let’s keep silent like the rest of Africa.”
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Marcelle Talia, a 65-year-old woman, was in Israel to visit her daughter who had just given birth. Wendy Kahn, national director of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies (SAJBD), explained that Talia had come to be with her daughter during this special time.
Source: In Brief News