Turkiye and Pakistan condemn Israeli airstrikes on Gaza

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Turkiye and Pakistan strongly condemned Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip yesterday, which killed more than a dozen Palestinians.

Israel yesterday launched a series of airstrikes on the Palestinian resistance movement Islamic Jihad and one of its top commanders Taysir al-Jabari, retaliating the group and its allies in the Gaza Strip by firing rockets at Israel against the occupation forces.

According to the latest statement from the Gaza health ministry, the airstrikes killed 13 people, including a 5-year-old girl, and injured about 114 other Palestinians.

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Turkiye’s foreign ministry said it was “unacceptable that civilians, including children, lose their lives in attacks,” Turkiye’s foreign ministry said it was “deeply concerned about the mounting tensions in the region following the attacks. We emphasize the need to end these events before they turn into a new spiral of conflict.”

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Pakistan also condemned the airstrikes, with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif calling them the “last act of Israeli terrorism”. He stated on his Twitter account: “If impunity and barbarity had a face, it would have been Israel targeting Palestinians without any concern for the consequences. Pakistan strongly condemns the Israeli air strikes.”

Meanwhile, the United Nations and its envoy to the Middle East peace process, Tor Wennesland, did not stop denouncing the Israeli attack. – the murder of an old girl.

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He called on “all sides to avoid further escalation”, reiterating that the UN is “fully engaged” with all parties to “avoid a new conflict that would have devastating consequences, especially for civilians”.

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