We will not accept Palestinians displacement from Gaza: Turkish Minister

New Delhi: Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan on Wednesday said that his country will not accept the displacement of Palestinians from their homes in Gaza.

“Our region is at a crucial turning point. We are either headed towards a major war or a great peace. We will not accept the displacement of Palestinians from their homes in Gaza,” the Turkish Foreign Minister said during a press conference which was also attended by Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani in Doha.

The Turkish Foreign Minister said, “Targeting Palestinians, including children, sick, elderly, even in schools, hospitals, mosques, is a crime against humanity.

“Those supporting Israel’s actions under pretense of solidarity are accomplices to its crimes.

“An Israeli ground operation into Gaza can turn the fighting there into a massacre,” he said.

The Qatari Foreign Minister, Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani said, “We affirm with Turkey the necessity of delivering aid to Gaza.

“We condemn the policy of collective punishment against the Palestinian people,” Thani said.

Meanwhile, Israel’s National Security Adviser Tzahi Hanegbi welcomed Qatari efforts to bring peace to the region.

He said that he was pleased to know that Qatar was becoming an essential party and stakeholder in the facilitation of humanitarian solutions.

“Qatar’s diplomatic efforts are crucial at this time,” Hanegbi said.


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