Erdogan: Our support for the Palestinians continues and Netanyahu has written his name in history as “the butcher of Gaza” Erdogan: Our support for the Palestinians continues and Netanyahu has written his name in history as “the butcher of Gaza”

Erdogan: Our support for the Palestinians continues and Netanyahu has written his name in history as “the butcher of Gaza”

Erdogan: Our support for the Palestinians continues and Netanyahu has written his name in history as “the butcher of Gaza”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the crimes committed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Gaza fuel “anti-Semitism” and recorded him with a title that history will preserve, which is “the Butcher of Gaza,” vowing to take all means to hold Israel accountable for its crimes.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, during a speech before the parliamentary bloc of the Justice and Development Party in the Turkish Parliament, on Wednesday, that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s statements “weaken our hope of turning the ongoing agreement into a permanent ceasefire.”

Erdogan pointed out that “Israel continues to shed a lot of blood in order to ensure a longer life for Netanyahu,” adding: “What is happening in Gaza is one of the greatest injustices known to the people there, and through it, Netanyahu has earned himself a title that will be preserved in history, which is (the Butcher of Gaza).”

The Turkish president warned that “Netanyahu, through the crimes he commits in Gaza, is fueling anti-Semitism,” stressing that “hostility to Islam is growing because leaders in the West are using Hamas as a pretext and demonizing the Palestinians.”

Regarding the exchange deal, the Turkish President described the prisoner exchange between Hamas and Israel as a “positive development,” thanking all the sister countries that contributed to this agreement.

He said that the people of Gaza are being subjected to the most despicable and horrific attacks in history, describing the Israeli aggression against them as “a stain on the forehead of humanity.”

He pointed out that the shameful stain in Gaza will not be erased, nor will the waters of all seas purify it, stressing that "the crimes of the occupation there did not receive a reaction except for a few exceptions from the Western world."

He continued: "The people of Gaza are deprived of food, medicine, water and electricity, and more than 16 thousand martyrs in Gaza, the majority of whom are women and children, due to the Israeli aggression."

He stressed that "Turkey, as a state and a people, stands by our Palestinian brothers, and achieving peace can only be achieved through the establishment of an independent State of Palestine with East Jerusalem as its capital on the 1967 borders."

Erdogan stressed: “We harness all our international relations to serve the brothers in Gaza and lift injustice against them,” announcing his visit to the Emirates tomorrow to discuss developments in the situation in the Gaza Strip. He also confirmed that he will discuss climate issues with the brothers in the Emirates, in addition to “what we can do for Gaza.”

He continued: "We have stood by Gaza from day one. We will not allow the spread of malicious Israeli propaganda, and we will continue to send medical and humanitarian aid."

He added: "We will not allow any of our citizens to be targeted wherever they are and our position towards attacks targeting civilians is unified, regardless of their origins."

The Turkish President also vowed to hold Israel accountable, saying: “We will take all means to hold Israel accountable for its crimes, and we stand by our brothers in Gaza with all our capabilities.”



Israel receives a new list of detainees and the possibility of extending the truce in Gaza, amid monitoring violations

The Israeli government received the list of Israeli detainees who will be released by Hamas, on Wednesday, as part of the sixth batch of prisoner and detainee exchange deals between Hamas and Israel, while official sources confirmed the possibility of extending the humanitarian truce in Gaza for a day or two.

On Wednesday, the Israeli government received a list of the names of the sixth batch of Israeli detainees who will be released tonight, as part of prisoner and detainee exchange deals between Hamas and Israel.

The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation said on Wednesday that the families of more Israeli detainees have been informed that “they will be released today.”

Hebrew media reported that the Israeli government had actually received the list of Israeli detainees who would be released by Hamas on Wednesday. The Hebrew newspaper Haaretz reported that the government "announced that it is working to review it in preparation for its implementation."

This comes hours after the Al-Qassam Brigades and Al-Quds Brigades participated in handing over the fifth batch of Israeli detainees, on Tuesday, while 30 Palestinian prisoners left Ofer Prison.

Scenes documenting the first moments of the fifth batch of Israeli detainees in the #Gaza_Strip being handed over to the Red Cross . 

The Palestinian Prisoners' and Ex-Prisoners' Affairs Authority and the Palestinian Prisoners' Club announced the release of 15 female prisoners and 15 minor children, i.e. 30 female prisoners and children, on Tuesday evening by Israel as the fifth batch of the prisoner and detainee exchange deal between Israel and Hamas within the temporary humanitarian truce agreement. On Tuesday evening, the International Committee of the Red Cross handed over 10 Israeli detainees in the Gaza Strip.

Extension of the truce

In a related context, official Israeli media confirmed that “it is possible to extend the humanitarian truce (in the Gaza Strip) for a day or two.”

The temporary humanitarian truce between Hamas and Israel is expected to continue until seven o'clock on Thursday morning, local time, after being extended for two days.

The Hamas movement informed “the mediators of the resistance’s agreement to extend the truce for four days,” according to what Agence France-Presse reported, according to an informed source.

The source continued, "The movement has what enables it to release Israeli prisoners held by it and the resistance factions and various parties during this period within the established mechanism and the same conditions."

The Israeli authorities said on Wednesday that it is possible to extend the humanitarian truce and prisoner exchange agreement, which expires on Thursday morning, for an additional day or two.

This came in a statement published by the state-run Israeli Broadcasting Corporation, following “a summit held in Doha in which officials from Qatar, Egypt, Israel, and America participated.”

The authority stated: “At the summit held in Doha, a deal is being developed that includes male and female soldiers, in addition to the kidnapped men, and the main obstacle is that Hamas is demanding a complete ceasefire, while Israel opposes that.”

She continued: "On the other hand, Israel will release large numbers of security prisoners in Israeli prisons, and will commit to a ceasefire for a long period of time."

She stated that estimates in Israel indicate that it will be possible to extend the current agreement for an additional day or two after the deadline, which falls tomorrow.

She continued: "They will continue to release about 10 kidnapped persons for every day of the ceasefire, and in exchange for the release of 30 Palestinian security prisoners."

According to the American CNN network, citing an informed source, “officials from Tel Aviv, Washington, Doha, and Cairo agreed to work to extend the truce to release more Israeli detainees” in the Gaza Strip.

Violation of the truce

A TRT Arabi correspondent monitored clear violations by the Israeli army of the terms of the humanitarian truce declared since Friday related to the ceasefire, as she said that Israeli gunboats opened fire towards the central and southern regions of the western Gaza Strip, at dawn on Wednesday.

It was reported that the Israeli gunboats opened fire while they were stationed in the middle of the beach in Gaza City.

Occupation soldiers opened fire on Palestinians in Beit Hanoun and wounded two young men, one of whom was seriously injured, and the entry of trucks into the Gaza Strip resumed.. Details with TRT Arabic correspondent. 

She added that these clear violations of the ceasefire clause within the humanitarian truce agreement between Hamas and Israel come after similar ones were recorded yesterday, Tuesday, following artillery shelling by Israeli army forces and intense flights of Israeli warplanes and reconnaissance aircraft over the skies of Gaza.

Since last October 7, the Israeli army has been waging a devastating war on Gaza, leaving more than 15,000 Palestinian martyrs, including 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women, in addition to massive destruction of infrastructure and an “unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe,” according to sources. Official Palestinian and international.

On November 24, a 4-day humanitarian truce began, and it was announced on Monday evening that it would be extended for an additional two days, with Qatari-Egyptian-American mediation.

The terms of the truce included a temporary ceasefire, a prisoner exchange, and the entry of humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip, where about 2.3 million Palestinians live who have been affected by a devastating war waged by Israel since last October 7.
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