"Even if the entire world ignores Israel's aggression against Palestine, Turkey will not tolerate this situation," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated.
"Ankara opposes attacks on the Al-Aqsa mosque, just as it did not allow the creation of a terrorist corridor along Turkey's borders with Syria," he said.
"We are saddened and outraged at the brutality of Israel, a terrorist state that dares to attack only children, defenseless women, and innocent people. Turkey's position on this issue is principled," Erdogan stated.
Israel-Hamas tensions remain at a peak for several days and cause international concerns as the situation may be out of control.
On May 11, Hamas launched about 630 missiles to Israel, and 150 out of them exploded in the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli anti-rocket system neutralized about 200.
As reported by the Israeli army general staff, military operations will continue until all the radicals’ tunnels are destroyed in the Gaza Strip.
Palestine’s health administration reports that about 139 people were killed due to the attacks on the Gaza Strip. The number of the victims include 39 children and 22 women.
Eight people were killed in Israel, including two minors.