Continuing its massacres against civilians, Israeli forces bombed the al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in Gaza. Palestinian Health Ministry Spokesperson Ashraf Al-Qudra announced in a statement that at least 500 people were killed in the Israeli airstrike on the Baptist Hospital.
Despite the horrific massacre in front of the eyes of the world, Israel continued to receive messages of support from the West.
OLAF SCHOLZ’S ATTEMPT TO LEGITIMIZE THE MASSACRE: ISRAEL HAS THE RIGHT TO DEFEND ITSELF
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz posted a message of support for Israel on his social media account after the attack. In his message, Scholz said, “Israel has the right to defend itself. A state has a duty to protect its citizens.” He tried to justify the massacre of civilians.
On the other hand, Scholz visited Israel today in support of the Hamas attacks. Stating that the German government and parliament stand by Israel, Scholz said, “It is very important for me in Israel to emphasize this. German history and the history of the Holocaust impose on us the responsibility to support Israel’s security.”
Scholz was boarding a plane to leave Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport after the end of his official visit when he was forced to evacuate after sirens wailed due to a rocket attack by Hamas. Scholz went to a nearby shelter while those on board lay on the ground and waited until the sirens ended.
On the other hand, German state-owned media company DW’s Turkish channel published a news story in which it claimed that killing children is not a war crime.
Translated from haber7.com