May 28, 2024, 9:54 AM

Istanbul protesters set fire to vicinity of Israeli consulate

Istanbul protesters set fire to vicinity of Israeli consulate

TEHRAN, May 28 (MNA) –  People have once again flooded the streets of the Turkish city of Istanbul to protest against the crimes of the Zionist, especially the latest massacre of scores of civilians in Rafah, a city in the southern Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian Shihab news agency said thousands of people gathered around the Israeli consulate in Istanbul on Monday night to condemn the attacks on the Palestinian refugee camp in Rafah.

Molotov cocktail threw toward the building but some social media posts say a group of protesters set fire to the vicinity of the Israeli consulate in protest of the barbaric massacre of Palestinians by the Zionist regime.

Protesters also urged the international community to intervene and stop the Israeli attacks on Palestinian civilians.

At least 41 Palestinians, including women and children, were martyred and dozens of others were injured after Israeli warplanes bombed tents of people taking refuge after being displaced from other parts of the besieged strip over the last seven months.

Some reports put the death toll at 45 while scores of others injured in Sunday’s bombing.

Major Turkish cities, including Istanbul have seen several mass protests since the Israeli regime launched its genocidal war on Gaza in early October, last year.


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