The Turkish president said Recep Tayyip Erdogan European leaders have become prisoners of the shame of what is known as the Holocaust, due to their unfair positions on the Israeli aggression against Gaza Which led to the fall of more than 13 thousand Palestinian martyrs, most of whom were women and children.
In press statements on Monday after a Turkish government meeting in the capital, Ankara, Erdogan said that while Turkey is mobilizing its efforts to stop the bloodshed in Gaza, “we shamefully follow the lack of conscience among Western countries.”
He added that the Israeli occupation forces commit massacres against innocent people every day, including women, children, journalists, doctors, the elderly, and civilians, and “there is no reaction to this from Europe or America.”
The Turkish President stressed that his country is the only country in which Israel cannot, no matter how hard it tries, accuse it of anti-Semitism. “There is no such stain in Turkey’s past.”
He said, “Israel and its supporters are using all modern means of war against children, women, and the elderly, and they will be tried before the conscience of humanity.”
Erdogan reiterated his statement that the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu He lost his reputation before his people and is trying to restore it by bombing hospitals, schools, and temples.
The brutality of the Crusades
The Turkish President pointed out that the bombing of hospitals has become a symbol of Israeli injustice, as “almost all of the hospitals in Gaza were either destroyed or damaged due to the bombing.”
He added, “Since October 7, Gaza has witnessed brutality no less than what happened during the Crusades a thousand years ago, and in World War II.”
He said that Israel is trying to break the resolve of resistance among the Gazans, not only by killing them, but also by cutting off water, fuel, electricity, and communications from them, and also by bombing hospitals.
Erdogan noted that Turkey sent 11 cargo planes and ships loaded with humanitarian aid to the Palestinians in Gaza via Egypt.