Turkey fumes over Israeli airstrikes

Ankara said civilian deaths are “unacceptable” after an Israeli air raid targeted an apartment complex in Gaza

Turkey has condemned Israeli military operations in the Gaza strip, urging for deescalation amid an exchange of IDF airstrikes and rocket fire from Palestinian militants. Washington, meanwhile, has voiced full support for the Jewish State.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry said it “strongly” condemned the Israeli airstrikes on Friday, calling for “restraint and common sense” while stressing the need “to immediately end these events before they turn into a new conflict.”

“We find it unacceptable that civilians, including children, lost their lives in attacks,” the ministry said, adding “We are deeply concerned about the rising tension in the region after the attacks.”

The comments came after Israel opened a new offensive on Gaza earlier on Friday, ‘Operation Breaking Dawn,’ which commenced with airstrikes on an apartment…


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