Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has responded to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's comparison of him to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, accusing Erdoğan of genocide against the Kurds and imprisoning journalists. Yair Lapid, leader of the opposition in Israel, also condemned Erdoğan's words. Meanwhile, Israel has launched heavy strikes across central and southern Gaza, with Netanyahu defending the Israeli military's actions as the "most moral army in the world." The ongoing conflict has resulted in hundreds of deaths and injuries on both sides, prompting calls for an immediate ceasefire.
Netanyahu and Lapid Condemn Erdoğan’s Comparison of Israeli Prime Minister to Hitler as Israel Launches Heavy Strikes in Gaza