A crowd of Turkish people gathered for the third consecutive day against the Israeli embassy in Ankara and its consulate building in Istanbul to support Palestinians, calling Israel a "cruel terrorist state."

Iran PressMiddle East: In addition to the public outrage, a range of top Turkish officials took to Twitter on Monday to denounce Israel's actions.

"To the Islamic world, we say: It's time to stop Israel's heinous and cruel attacks!" Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's press aide Fahrettin Altun wrote on Twitter.

This is while the Palestinian Red Crescent announced Thursday that over 20 Palestinians martyred, including nine children, due to Israeli forces raid on Al-Aqsa Mosque.


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