Turks continue to protest deadly Israel attack across Turkey

Turks in all corners of Turkey are continuing to protest Israel's attack on ships carrying aid materials to Gaza earlier this week.

Turks continue to protest deadly Israel attack across Turkey

Turks in all corners of Turkey are continuing to protest Israel's attack on ships carrying aid materials to Gaza earlier this week.

In central Anatolian province of Sivas, hundreds of people gathered together at the Republic Center and chanted slogans against Israel.

Speaking on behalf of a non-governmental organization in Sivas, Mustafa Coban said that they cursed Israel's attack which was a crime against humanity.

Israeli authorities should be tried in court for their crime against humanity, Coban said.

In south-eastern province of Diyarbakir, a group of people protested Israel's attack.

The protestors in Diyarbakir carried Palestinian flags in their hands and changed slogans against Israel.

An NGO volunteer in Diyarbakir, Sabir Ceyhan said that Turkey should end all relations with Israel and close its embassy in Tel Aviv.

Dozens of people in Diyarbakir were seen crying during the protests against Israel.

In Kelkit town of north-eastern province of Gumushane, hundreds gathered together in down-town and chanted slogans against Israel. They also carried banners protesting Israel.

Speaking on behalf of the protestors in Kelkit, Habip Demir said that Israel placed under its feet the honor of humanity by attacking aid ships.

In north-western province of Edirne, 20 medical students held a protest against Israel at the Trakya University.

The group of students chanted slogans against Israel.

Speaking on behalf of the students, Gokhan Alici said that Israel continued to occupy Palestinian territory despite UN resolutions and international laws and agreements.

In southern province of Gaziantep, the Senate of Gaziantep University issued a statement condemning Israel's attack on the aid ships.

"With this act, Israel has deeply hurt the international conscience. It is unacceptable to witness an attack on defenseless people and not possible to understand such an attack," the Senate of Gaziantep University said.


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