The whole world attacks Israel

The whole world attacks Israel

Reactions toward Israel, which retaliated after the Hamas attack on October 7 and attacked civilians in Palestine, are increasing.

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva reacted to Israel by stating that more than 4,800 children have been killed since the beginning of the attacks on Gaza.

At an event he attended, Lula da Silva drew attention to the more than 4,800 children murdered in Gaza, saying: “I have never heard news that children are the main victims of war. “They throw bombs in places where there are children and hospitals, with the pretext that there are terrorists there,” she said.

Arguing that Israel did not take into account “any criteria” in carrying out the attack, Lula da Silva said the target was innocent people.


Anglican Church leader Justin Welby said the killing of many civilians and extensive damage to civilian infrastructure in Israel’s attacks on Gaza “cannot be morally justified” and that the call for a ceasefire was a ” moral cry”.

Church of England spiritual leader and Archbishop of Canterbury Welby reiterated his call for a ceasefire in Gaza in his address to the general council of priests.

Welby claimed he had no military or political response to the crisis, but noted that the call for a ceasefire was a “moral cry” he heard from people of many religions and no faith.

Stating that the bloodshed in the region must stop, the hostages must be freed and aid must be delivered to those who urgently need it in Gaza, Welby said: “Our common humanity must find another way to ensure justice, security and peaceful coexistence for Israelis and Palestinians. from today to the future. In the name of Jesus, we cry out from our hearts: Enough is enough! “The deaths must stop,” he said.

Anglican Church leader Welby noted that the reason for the existence of international humanitarian law is to “protect common humanity in war” and said: “International humanitarian law is our shield against barbarism. All allegations of Violations of international law must be investigated by the relevant authorities. However, as a religious leader, I can say this; “The killing of so many civilians and the massive damage to civilian infrastructure cannot be morally justified,” he said.


British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said they were clear that Israel should act “within the framework of international law” as it defends itself, saying: “It should take all measures to protect innocent civilians, including hospitals, stop the extremist violence in the West Bank. and allow more aid to come into Gaza.” “He should give it,” he said.

Prime Minister Sunak made remarks about Israel’s attacks on Gaza in his speech at the traditional annual “Lord Mayor’s Banquet” dinner.

Noting that Israel must defend itself within the framework of international law, Sunak stressed that “there are many things that Israel needs to do” as part of its response.

Sunak said: “We have been clear that (Israel) must act within the framework of international law. “It must take all measures to protect innocent civilians, including hospitals, stop extremist violence in the West Bank and allow more aid into Gaza.” he said.

Sunak claimed that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas told him about the terrible suffering of the Palestinian people and said: “Many civilians are losing their lives. That’s why I doubled our aid to Gaza. We also continue to push for unhindered humanitarian access and immediate and substantial humanitarian breaks, both at the United Nations (UN) and directly with Israel. “We want aid to be provided by land, air and sea, and we are willing to use our bases in Cyprus as a stopping point,” he said.


Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis stated that Europe and Turkey have a common interest in not escalating the conflicts in Gaza.

Mitsotakis, who participated in a panel at the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Berlin, Germany’s capital, said: “It is in our interest to ensure that this conflict does not escalate. I think it is in all of our interests to ensure that this conflict does not escalate beyond the dire situation we already have to address. “The same interest exists for Turkey, no one wants the conflict to escalate further,” he said.

In his speech, Mitsotakis underlined the importance of closer dialogue between European countries and Turkey to address current problems.

Stating that he wanted to host President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Greece in December to discuss bilateral relations and regional issues, Mitsotakis said: “I completely disagree with President Erdoğan’s comments about Hamas. “But this is no reason not to welcome President Erdoğan to Greece,” he said.

Source: Sozcu


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