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Erdoğan: Humanity and the UN have died in Gaza
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Addressing the AK Party’s parliamentary group, President Erdoğan criticized Israel’s assault on a refugee camp in Rafah, stating, "If the future of the world is to be left to the discretion of five countries, what are all those giant buildings for? Why bother spending that much money, or employing that many people? The United Nations has failed to protect its own personnel and aid workers, let alone stop the genocide. Not only the humanity, but also the UN, along with its spirit, has died in Gaza."

Erdoğan emphasized Türkiye's commitment to building the "Century of Türkiye" and highlighted plans to share the government's annual report following the Presidential Cabinet meeting next Monday, detailing services and projects introduced over the past year.

Turning to the situation in Palestine, Erdoğan declared that Israel's actions in Gaza have reached a "much bloodier stage" with the attacks in Rafah, where millions of civilians have sought refuge. "At least 45 innocent Palestinians were martyred in the attack carried out the previous day on the tents in the so-called safe zone, where civilians are struggling for their lives," he stated.

The President underscored that the crisis in Gaza signifies more than just the death of innocent people. "As the humanity dies in Gaza, democracy, human rights, freedom of speech, freedom of press, women’s rights, and children’s rights die in Europe," Erdoğan said. "Israel has killed the humanity in Gaza, whereas Europe has killed its own values, stomped on all the values that created itself."

Reiterating his long-standing criticism of the UN's structure, Erdoğan called out the organization for its ineffectiveness: "I am calling out to the United Nations! If, in the 21st century, you cannot stop a genocide, which the entire humanity is watching live, what do you even do? If the future of the world is to be left to the discretion of five countries, what are all those giant buildings for? The United Nations has failed to protect its own personnel and aid workers, let alone stop the genocide. Not only the humanity, but also the UN, along with its spirit, has died in Gaza."

President Erdoğan’s speech comes amid growing international condemnation of the violence in Gaza and criticism of global institutions' inability to halt the genocide. (ILKHA)



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