Hamas War: United Nation, What Good Are You If You Can’t Stop The Genocide— According to Tayyip Erdogan

Hamas War: United Nation, What Good Are You If You Can't Stop The Genocide— According to Tayyip Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has attacked the US, the UN, and European countries for their alleged passivity and suspected collaboration in what he called a genocide in Gaza in a furious post on his verified Facebook page.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

His comments come amidst escalating violence and humanitarian crises in the region, drawing sharp criticism from global leaders and institutions.

Erdogan’s post began with a direct challenge to the United Nations, questioning its relevance in the 21st century if it cannot prevent the widespread violence being broadcasted to the world. “O United Nations! What good are you in the 21st century if you cannot stop the genocide that all humanity is watching via live broadcast?” he wrote, expressing frustration at the UN’s inability to protect civilians in conflict zones.

The Turkish president did not spare the United States from his critique, stating, “O American State! This blood is also on your hands.” Erdogan’s statement reflects a deep-seated disapproval of U.S. policies in the Middle East, particularly its support for Israel.

Erdogan’s message also took aim at European leaders, accusing them of complicity through their silence. “Hey heads of state of Europe! You also participated in this genocide of Israel. Because you kept silent,” he charged. Highlighting the targeting of hospitals, schools, mosques, aid convoys, journalists, doctors, and aid workers, he condemned European nations for their lack of response.

According to Erdogan, the repercussions of the conflict extend beyond Gaza. “While humanity is dying in Gaza, democracy is dying and human rights are dying in Europe; Freedom of expression, freedom of the press, women’s rights, children’s rights are dying,” he asserted. He suggested that European values themselves are being undermined by the failure to address the crisis effectively.

The Turkish leader’s post concluded with a strong rebuke to Europe, asserting that their moral authority is now compromised. “From now on, no European should come out and talk to us about democracy, human rights, freedom of expression and freedom of the press with arrogance, patronizing language and finger-wagging,” he declared.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>