Erdogan told the Israeli president the inadmissibility of increased tension in the Gaza Strip
turkish ruler Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had telephone conversations with the president Israel Ishak Duke. During the conversation, Erdogan declared the heightened tension in the Gaza Strip inadmissible, said desk chapters Türkiye.
“During the negotiations, the raid by the Israeli security forces on the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the attack on the Qibla Mosque and the brutal intervention against those in the holy places were discussed,” the report said.
It is also pointed out that Erdogan, in a conversation with a colleague, declared the need to prevent a further escalation of tension “during this sensitive period, when the month of Ramadan coincides with Passover”.
On April 7, it was reported that Israel Defense Forces (IDF) inflicted attacks on the territory Lebanontheir goals were infrastructure facilities Hamas Movement in the south of the country.
Before that, on Friday evening, the Israeli side inflicted attacks on the Palestinian Gaza Strip. Israeli Air Force planes have attacked Hamas weapons stores and two tunnels in response to security breaches over the past few days. Before that, from the territory of Lebanon to Israel has been freed 34 missiles, 25 of which were intercepted by air defense systems.
April 5 Israel Police offensive dozens of Muslims in the territory of the Al-Aqsa Mosque on the Temple mountain of jerusalem. According to the police, this incident was a necessary measure, since “masked agitators” armed with sticks, cobblestones and fireworks would have locked themselves inside the mosque.