The UAE has called for an “immediate cessation of violence and hostilities” between Israel and Palestine.

Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for the UAE, called on all parties for the “need for peaceful dialogue and reconciliation”.

“The UAE is alarmed by the escalating spiral of violence in Israel and Palestine,” he said in a statement, per WAM. “We express our condolences to all victims of the recent fighting, and join others in calling for an immediate cessation of violence and hostilities.

“The UAE calls on all parties to take immediate steps to commit to a ceasefire, initiate a political dialogue, and exercise maximum restraint.”

“The events of the past week have been a sombre reminder of the urgent need for peaceful dialogue and reconciliation. We reflect on the promise that the Abraham Accords hold for current and future generations, to live with their neighbours in peace, dignity and prosperity.”

As a result of tensions and violence, many Palestinians have been left without shelter, medical care, food and water.

Below are some organisations that can help.

The Palestinian Child Relief (PCRF)

A grassroots organisation which is working directly within Palestine to provide medical care, supplies, food medicine and more.


This non-profit organisation works on the ground in Palestine (also in Lebanon and Jordan) to help with emergency relief. Anera also helps with the long-term needs of those in need of healthcare, education and economic development.

Rebuilding Alliance

Providing meals to those in Palestine and providing jobs to women to help with financial stability. Rebuilding Alliance is dedicated to advancing equal rights for Palestinians through education, advocacy and support. There’s also the goal of launching a Palestinian all-female-run restaurant.

Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP)

Providing medical and healthcare to Palestinians in need, specifically women and children including emergency reflect, psychosocial support and other medical needs.


Working with the United Nations, UNICEF works with 190 countries and territories to save children’s lives and to defend their rights.

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