Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Israel must immediately get out of its state of madness


Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Israel must immediately get out of its state of madness
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reacted on social media after a massive attack on the Gaza Strip by the Israeli army. Israel's actions overnight have left many in shock. The relentless bombardment, disruption of communication networks, and other measures have created an unbearable and inhumane situation in the Gaza Strip.

The Turkish president has called many times to end the conflict and calm the situation. However, it is obvious that he, as an individual, is powerless to change anything. Erdogan is particularly angry that women, children and civilians are being targeted.

Erdogan wrote: "Continuously increasing and last night Israel's bombardment of the Gaza Strip has once again targeted women, children and innocent civilians, deepening the humanitarian crisis." Erdogan calls on Israel to cease the attacks.

It's challenging to believe that Israel's leaders will change their decisions. It's evident that nobody wishes to respond at this moment due to the fear of a larger conflict. "Israel must immediately get out of its state of madness and stop the attacks."

Erdogan accuses Israel

Erdogan accuses Israel of enforcing tyranny, while Israelis declare the largest ground offensive.

The timing of its implementation remains uncertain, but it's presumed to occur within the coming days. The Turkish leader calls on the Turks to show up at the protests in Ankara and thus stand in support of the Palestinian people who are living through the most difficult days of their history.

"I invite all my brothers to join the Great Palestinian Rally today at Istanbul's Atatürk Airport, where we will shout that we are with the Palestinian people, in the face of Israeli tyranny." Let us remind you that Israel launched a massive attack on the Gaza Strip in the night hours of Friday, October 27.

During this attack, there was also a disruption of all communications within the Palestinian territory itself. Many are afraid that this conflict will reach catastrophic proportions, even though the situation is already very bad.

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