Association for the Defending Victims of Terrorism – Turkish Justice Minister Yilmaz Tun described the Israeli attacks on Gaza as “massacres that have no parallel,” calling on all international and regional institutions to take action to investigate war crimes and “crimes against humanity” in the Gaza Strip.
The Turkish Minister of Justice calls in a meeting with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to take action and investigate war crimes in Gaza.
Turkish Justice Minister Yilmaz Tun called on all international and regional institutions to take action to investigate the “war crimes” and “crimes against humanity” taking place in the Gaza Strip.
This came in his speech, on Sunday, during the 22nd regular session of the Independent Permanent Commission for Human Rights of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, held in the city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, from 26 to 30 November.
Tong stressed that the attacks, which he described as “unprecedented massacres,” also affected hospitals, schools, mosques, churches, and refugee camps.
He stressed that what is happening in Palestine has gone beyond human rights violations, and it has become necessary to evaluate them within the United Nations Convention to Prevent and Punish the Crime of Genocide.
The Turkish minister also criticized the silence of European leaders regarding what is happening in Gaza.
For 48 days until November 23, the Israeli army launched a devastating war on Gaza that left 14,854 Palestinian martyrs, including 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women, in addition to more than 36,000 wounded, including more than 75. % children and women, according to the government media office in Gaza.