As Mid-East Conflict Worsens, Some Kosovars March for Palestine

"Israeli fascism and chauvinism are continuing ethnic cleansing," the marchers told the media, adding that due to the "attacks and violence used by the Israeli authorities this week alone, a total of 24 Palestinians were killed, including nine children, leaving hundreds injured".

Turkey urges world to prevent Israeli aggression from escalating

Turkey's presidential spokesperson urged the international community early on May 14 to prevent the escalation of Israel's aggression against the Palestinian people. 

İbrahim Kalın said on Twitter that Israel's attacks on the Palestinian community "are against international law and basic morality" and "must come to an immediate end."

Israeli Attacks on Gaza Are Intensifying

The Israeli military has intensified its assault on Gaza, as Palestinian militants continue to fire rockets into Israel on the fifth day of hostilities.

Israel's army said air and ground forces were involved in attacks on Friday but had not entered Gaza.

A BBC reporter in Gaza said there was heavy shelling involving gunboats, fighter jets and helicopters.

Weary Gaza marks Eid al-Fitr amid Israeli attacks

Weary Palestinians on May 13 prepared for a somber feast marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, as Gaza braced for more Israeli airstrikes and communal violence raged after weeks of protests and violence in Jerusalem.

Recent Israeli attacks on Gaza City have killed three more Palestinians, the Palestinian Health Ministry said in a statement on May 13.

Turkey slams US for calling Israeli attacks 'self-defense'

Turkey's communications director criticized the U.S. early on May 12 for considering Israeli attacks on Palestinians self-defense.

"Massacring civilians. Forcing Palestinians to leave their homes and occupying their lands. Attacking mosques. Murdering innocent children. Since when are all those atrocities considered self-defense?" Fahrettin Altun said on Twitter.

Turkish Parliament condemns Israel’s attacks on Al-Aqsa mosque

Turkey's political parties in parliament, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), İYİ (Good) Party and the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), issued a joint declaration on May 10 condemning Israel's attacks on Al-Aqsa mosque.