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Turkish MP: Erdogan has turned the country into a prison

Ankara (ST): Utko Cakir Ozar, a member of parliament for the CHP, has affirmed that the President of the Turkish regime, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has turned Turkey into a "big prison" for journalists, politicians, intellectuals and everyone who is keen on the national interest of the country.

During a parliament meeting, Cakir Ozar referred to the continuing security prosecutions, arrests and trials targeting journalists under the pretext of criticizing Erdogan's policies.

The occupation forces arrest 8 Palestinians in Al-Aqsa Mosque

Occupied Jerusalem (ST): The Israeli occupation forces arrested 8 Palestinians at dawn today at Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem.

Wafa news agency reported that the occupation forces stormed the Al-Qibli prayer hall and the outer squares of the mosque, and attacked the worshipers, and arrested 8 of them.

A sit-in in front of the UN headquarters in Beirut demanding an end of the siege on Syria

Beirut (ST): A stand-in solidarity with Syria was held in front of the United Nations headquarters in Beirut against the unfair American and European coercive economic measures imposed on the Syrian people, in which political, religious, social, academic, artistic, student and media figures participated.

The Archbishop of Beirut for the Syriac Orthodox, Daniel Koriah read  a petition signed by thousands of personalities, in which they demanded to immediately end all forms of siege on Syria and Lebanon.

The petition was directed to the Pope of the Vatican, Pope Francis, the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, and the President of the European Union Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.

The signatories of the petition affirmed that the Syrian people who fought terrorism on behalf of all of humanity deserve thanks and praise instead of the unfair sanctions and coercive measures, whose effects are not limited to them only, but they affect the daily life of citizens in a number of countries in the region, especially Lebanon, which suffers the repercussions of the Caesar Act due to the nature of relations between the two brotherly countries which are intertwined with geography and history.

UNESCO adopts two resolutions confirming the invalidity of the occupation measures in Jerusalem

Occupied Jerusalem  (ST): The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has adopted two resolutions on Palestine that affirm the invalidity of the measures taken by the Israeli occupation in occupied Jerusalem and the need to cancel them immediately.

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement reported by Wafa news agency  that the Executive Council of UNESCO adopted, in its 211th session today, unanimously the two resolutions relating to Palestine, namely occupied Palestine, and cultural and educational institutions.

Israeli warplanes launch new aggression on the Gaza Strip

Occupied Jerusalem (ST): Last night the Israeli occupation forces launched a new attack against the besieged Gaza Strip. Wafa news agency reported that the occupation air forces launched a series of raids targeting the west of Al-Nuseirat camp in the center of the Strip and east of Al- Zeitoun neighborhood in the southeast of Gaza City and the eastern part of the Johr Al-Deek area in the south, which caused severe damage to Palestinian homes, properties and infrastructure.

The occupation forces daily attack Palestinian lands on the outskirts of the besieged Gaza Strip to prevent them from cultivating them in light of the unjust siege imposed on them for years.

K.Q.