Türkiye, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE Call for Restraint in Hamas-Israel Clash

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Clarion India

NEW DELHI – Türkiye, Egypt and UAE have called for restraint from both Israel and Hamas, seeking a quick end to the ongoing violence without letting the situation go out of control.

Israel has declared ‘a state of readiness’ for war after Palestinian ruling group Hamas launched an unprecedented military operation against Israel, infiltrating from sea, land, and air into Israeli residential areas under the cover of thousands of rockets.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also urged the two sides “to act reasonably” to avoid further escalation.

“We invite all parties to act reasonably and to stay away from impulsive steps that raise tensions,” Erdogan, who strongly supports the Palestinian cause, said following attacks on Israel by the Palestinian resistance group Hamas.

Türkiye will continue to oppose any attempt against the Al Aqsa Mosque, Erdogan said at the Justice and Development (AK) Party’s 4th extraordinary congress in the capital Ankara.

Russia also urged restraint from all sides.

“We are now in contact with everyone. With the Israelis, Palestinians, Arabs,” Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov told Russian private news agency Interfax, adding: “Of course, we always call for restraint.”

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