Vittorio Arrigoni And The Need For The Geneva Accords.
No one should sneer or joke about the death of Vittorio Arrigoni, rather our humanity should make us think of why it happened and what the alternatives are.
The continued violence in the Middle East only brutalises people, it desensitises them and makes any settlement harder to achieve.
The on-going conflict in the Middle East is a political problem and requires political solutions, not military gung-honess, attacks on buses or the murder of Vittorio Arrigoni.
Such a political solution is the Geneva Accords.
These accords try to balance the wants and desires of all parties, and endeavour to find reasonable compromises to these seemingly intractable problems.
For peace in the Middle East a degree of realism is needed on all sides, no one is going to vanish or go away, so a modus vivendi must be found.
The Geneva Accords offer an outline of a settlement and should be given greater prominence in light of Vittorio Arrigoni’s death, lest nihilism and the status quo linger on, leading to further killings and the brutalisation of so many more.