Theresa May condemns the violence against Palestinians in Gaza – Daily Mail


Theresa May described the situation in Gaza as ‘tragic and extremely concerning’ and called for restraint as she met the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who is on a three day visit to Britain. She also called for an independent investigation into the killing of dozens of Palestinians in the worst clashes in the region for years. The Prime Minister (pictured top left inset with President Erdogan) said the probe should look into why the Israelis used life fire against Palestinians as they demonstrated near the border. And it should also look into whether the militant group Hamas infiltrated the protests to stoke violence and discord, she said. President Erdogan earlier today tore into the US and Israel over the ‘horrible massacre’. The leader has been given the red carpet treatment in his three day visit to the UK, meeting the Queen (pictured top right inset). But protesters demonstrating against his crackdown on political opponents in Turkey clashed with police (main picture) nearby in Whitehall.

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Robert Dunfee