Luxembourg summons Israeli ambassador over Gaza massacre

Luxembourg summons Israeli ambassador over Gaza massacre

Turkey is still outraged about the latest Israeli violence towards Palestinians that resulted in the killing of 62 with many protests taking place all over the country as well as reactions from several political parties.

At a function in Ankara, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said if the silence on Israel's tyranny continues, the world will rapidly be dragged into a chaos where banditry prevails.

Turkey's consul general in Jerusalem was summoned by the Israeli Foreign Ministry on Tuesday and also asked to leave the country for an indefinite period of time, Turkey's Anadolu news agency reported.

Mass protests by the Palestinians took place in Gaza on May 14 when the USA embassy was relocated from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, an ancient city holy to Muslims, Christians and Jews.

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At least 60 Palestinians, including six children, were reportedly killed and more than 1,300 others injured by live ammunition and rubber bullets, said UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Nickolay Mladenov.

Following the violent clashes, Turkey recalled its ambassador from Israel and the US for consultations, South Africa also recalled its envoy from Israel.

President Erdogan on Monday called Israel a "terror state" and added that "the assault on the Gaza protesters exposed Israel's ugly face, one that is carrying out genocide in Gaza".

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