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Turkish FM: Israel's Slaughters Against Palestinians Ought To Be Taken To ICC

Turkish Remote Priest Mevlut Cavusoglu said Thursday that all instances of slaughters carried out by Israel against the Palestinians ought to be conveyed to the Universal Criminal Court (ICC).

"The slaughters carried out by Israel ought to be conveyed to the Universal Criminal Court," Cavusoglu was cited as saying by the Haberturk daily paper.

Relations amongst Turkey and Israel have intensified in the midst of the circumstance in the Gaza Strip.

On Monday, many Palestinians were killed by Israeli powers at the Gaza outskirt while challenging the opening of the U.S. International safe haven in Jerusalem.

Turkish President Recep Erdogan said that Ankara had chosen to review its diplomats in Washington and Tel Aviv for meetings regarding Israel's activities.

He additionally called Israel a fear monger state and its activities toward the Palestinians a demonstration of massacre.

Likewise, Turkey suggested that the Israeli envoy to Ankara leave the nation.

Accordingly, the Israeli Outside Service asked the Turkish emissary general in Jerusalem to leave the Jewish state.

On Wednesday, the Turkish Outside Service asked the Israeli emissary general in Istanbul to incidentally leave the nation.

Since Walk 30, the Palestinians have been holding hostile to Israeli challenges close to the Gaza fringe.

The Israeli powers have in the mean time been smothering the demonstrators, refering to security concerns. Many Palestinians have been slaughtered since the beginning of the uproars.
Turkish FM: Israel's Slaughters Against Palestinians Ought To Be Taken To ICC Reviewed by FOW 24 News on May 17, 2018 Rating: 5 Turkish Remote Priest Mevlut Cavusoglu said Thursday that all instances of slaughters carried out by Israel against the Palestinians ought...

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