Erdogan: Independent Palestine, the Solution for Debt to Slain Palestinian Kids

"They cannot stop us from referring to the murderer as a murderer."

by Sead Dedovic
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Erdogan: Independent Palestine, the Solution for Debt to Slain Palestinian Kids
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has emphasized many times until now that it is crucial to help Palestine in one of the most difficult times in the history of this country. The Turkish leader does not want the world to silently watch what is happening day by day. During the iftar in Ankara, the Turkish president pointed out that an independent Palestinian state is the only solution.

"We all owe a debt to the murdered Palestinian children, and this debt can only be paid through the establishment of an independent Palestinian state," President Erdogan said, as reported by Anadolu Agency

Israeli leaders emphasize that they will ensure the safety of civilians during their operations and that they have no intention of endangering civilians. However, Erdogan and others consider these statements hypocritical. 

Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Israeli leaders must answer for the babies who died in Gaza

The number of civilian victims that exceeded the figure of 30,000 people is one of the indicators of the insincerity of the Israeli leaders. Erdogan labels the Israelis as murderers and believes that they want to hide their primary goal, which is the destruction of the Palestinian people and culture.

"They cannot stop us from referring to the murderer as a murderer. Instead of attempting to conceal the truth of the genocide, Israeli leaders must answer for the babies who died in Gaza," he added.

Although many leaders around the world point out that what the Israelis are doing is genocide, and that they must be stopped urgently, it seems as if the Israelis are not responding to warnings and criticism. American President Joe Biden recently warned the Israelis that the operation in Rafah would be a red line. However, the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, does not seem to want to look back on such comments.

"Israel, ignoring everyone, shamelessly continues its war crimes and has become audacious enough to even threaten countries calling for an immediate cease-fire," he concluded.

The Turkish president is outraged by the fact that the Israelis are continuing as usual.

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