Every human being, whether Christian, Jew, or Muslim, has the right to live in peace
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At the Angelus, the Pontiff sent a message of solidarity to regions suffering from conflict that has caused great human suffering and displaced millions of people. He also called on world leaders to work for peace.
The Pope again called for a cessation of hostilities and called on the international community to work for peace. He said that “wars are always a defeat” and that “only peace can build a future of hope for all”.
In his address to the UN General Assembly last September, the Pope said that “the war in Yemen is a disgrace to humanity” and that it and any conflict that is causing inhuman suffering must end.
Francis has called on the international community to work for peace, promoting dialogue and reconciliation as ways to resolve conflicts. He has also called on political leaders to refrain from violence and to seek peaceful solutions to problems.
War remains a reality in today’s world. Pope Francis has been a strong advocate of peace and has called for a cessation of hostilities in all conflicts. However, his appeals have gone unheeded by political leaders, and war remains a threat to world peace and security.