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Breaking news on the attack on Iran, Israel’s war with Hamas and the situation in Gaza, live: news, reactions and more

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Breaking news on the attack on Iran, Israel’s war with Hamas and the situation in Gaza, live: news, reactions and more

Turkey’s President Erdogan Urges Ceasefire with Hamas Leader Haniyeh

In a recent meeting in Istanbul, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the “urgent need” for a ceasefire with Hamas political leader Ismail Haniyeh. This meeting comes as tensions escalate in the region following Israel’s military invasion of Gaza on October 7.

According to a statement from Erdogan’s office, this was the first meeting between Erdogan and Haniyeh since the invasion began. Earlier this week, Haniyeh also held talks with Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan in Doha.

During their meeting, Erdogan reiterated Turkey’s commitment to diplomatic efforts to draw attention to the persecution of Palestinians. He emphasized the need to end the atrocities and called for an immediate ceasefire.

Erdogan also urged Palestinians to unite in the face of Israel’s aggression, stating that the strongest response is through unity and integrity. Turkey has provided Gaza with over 45,000 tons of humanitarian aid to help alleviate the suffering, and Erdogan pledged to continue these relief efforts.

Addressing tensions between Israel and Iran, Erdogan stressed the importance of not allowing these incidents to distract from the situation in Gaza. He called for efforts to refocus attention on Gaza to question Israel’s attacks.

However, Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz criticized the meeting between Erdogan and Haniyeh, accusing them of committing atrocities. In a post on X, Katz condemned the Muslim Brotherhood alliance and ended with a scathing remark directed at Erdogan.

As the conflict continues to escalate, the international community watches closely for developments and hopes for a peaceful resolution to the crisis.

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