Turkey condemns Tel Aviv attack, expresses concern
Today, Wednesday, Turkey condemned the Tel Aviv attack, which occurred yesterday, which killed 5 people, including an Israeli policeman.
In a statement on Twitter, the Turkish embassy in Israel said: “We are saddened that at least five people lost their lives in the terrorist attack that was carried out on the evening of March 29 in Bnei Brak. We condemn this terrorist attack.”
The Turkish embassy added: “We are concerned that these attacks, which have escalated in recent days, will bring the region back into conflict before the next Ramadan and Easter.”
“We extend our condolences to the families of those who lost their lives in Bnei Brak, and to the government and people of Israel, and we wish a speedy recovery for the injured,” she added.
Our correspondent in Jerusalem had reported that 5 people, including an Israeli policeman, were killed in a shooting attack in Bnei Brak, Tel Aviv.
She confirmed that the shooting took place at 3 points in the Bnei Brak area inhabited by extremist settlers, noting that the current stage is witnessing a wave of Israeli racial incitement against the Palestinians.
2-We are concerned that these attacks, which have increased in recent days, will drag the region back into conflict ahead of the upcoming month of Ramadan and Passover Holiday.
— Turkish Embassy Tel Aviv (@TelAvivBE) March 30, 2022