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    The Turkish president has called Israel’s attacks on Gaza a “war crime” and a “crime against humanity.”

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    Somali Magazine – On Friday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called Israel’s attacks on Gaza a “war crime, a crime against humanity.”

    “What is taking place in Gaza is a war crime and a crime against humanity.” Those who commit such crimes must face international justice,” President Erdogan warned during his speech at the United Nations Climate Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) in 2023.

    Israeli attacks on almost 16,000 Palestinians, the majority of whom were women and children, cannot be justified, according to Erdogan.

    “Türkiye always stood for the peace in all crises and worked for just, fair solutions,” he went on to say.

    According to the Gaza Ministry of Health, Israel launched military operations against the Gaza territory early Friday, targeting several areas in the north, center, and south of the territory, resulting in dozens of deaths and injuries.

    According to the ministry, at least 32 Palestinians were killed and several others were injured as Israel resumed strikes on the Gaza Strip just hours after the pause ended.

    The cease-fire between Israel and Hamas, which began on November 24, came to an end on Friday morning.

    Over 180 heads of state and governments from around the world are expected to attend the 2023 edition of the United Nations Climate Summit, often known as COP28. The large number of attendance requests (over 500,000) participates  is noteworthy.

    The conference is set to continue until Dec. 12.

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