The Senedd has referred to as for a right away ceasefire in Gaza and Israel.
The movement tabled within the Welsh parliament by Plaid Cymru urged for an finish to “the appalling attacks on innocent civilians”.
Welsh authorities ministers abstained from the vote – however Labour backbenchers got a free vote on the movement and on an modification tabled by the Conservatives.
Several members on Labour’s backbenches spoke out in favour of a cessation in hostilities – together with Jenny Rathbone, John Griffiths and Carolyn Thomas.
It comes as Sir Keir Starmer comes below stress from a number of senior Labour figures to name for a ceasefire.
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A complete of 24 members of the Senedd voted in favour, with 19 in opposition to and the remaining 13 abstaining.
Plaid chief Rhun ap Iorwerth stated members owed it “to all those who have lost their lives, Israeli and Palestinian, to speak up for a lasting peace”.
“While we may be looking on from afar, it’s important to remember that there are families in Wales that are directly impacted. The grief isn’t confined to Israel or to Gaza,” he stated.
“Hamas’s attacks on 7 October were unjust and inhumane – indescribable – but the collective punishment of the Palestinian population is also unjust and inhumane.”
The Welsh Conservatives tabled an modification to the movement which referred to as for a “suspension of hostilities to allow for the establishment of humanitarian corridors”.
Tabling the modification, Darren Millar stated Israel “has the right to defend itself and its citizens in the face of such barbarity”.
He added: “That is why Israel has set out on this mission to dismantle Hamas in a bid to prevent similar attacks in the future.
“But it is necessary to attract the excellence right here. Israel is at conflict with Hamas, it’s not at conflict with the Palestinian folks.”
Mr Millar said all members wanted an end to the violence but added that a ceasefire “can solely ever achieve success if it is noticed by each events in a battle”.
Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, Jane Dodds, supported the “rapid want for a ceasefire”.
“It’s not as a result of nations don’t have the best to guard the safety and welfare of their residents, however to cease the humanitarian catastrophe that’s taking part in out earlier than our eyes.”
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The Welsh authorities’s social justice minister, Jane Hutt, stated in response to the controversy that the Senedd was “united in [its] horror at the events which have unfolded in Israel and Gaza over recent weeks”.
“We are clear that finding the way to end the violence, suffering and death is absolutely essential and it must remain the focus above all else to find that pathway to peace,” she added.
“I believe members have reflected a shared hope for an end to this war, an end to the humanitarian crisis unfolding.”