Violent protests broke out across much of the Arab world amid a wave of anger following an airstrike on a Gaza hospital that killed at least 200 Palestinians on Tuesday night.
Protesters have stormed the Israeli consulate in Jordan, while the Israeli embassy and other Western diplomatic representations have been targeted in attacks. Türkiye, Tunisia and Lebanon. Riots have also occurred in West Bank.
In Iran, hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the British and French embassies in the early hours of Wednesday, chanting “death to France and England.” Some people threw eggs against the walls of the French embassy.
In Istanbul, Turkish protesters launched fireworks and incendiary projectiles at the Israeli embassy on Wednesday morning.
On Tuesday, Israel’s National Security Council warned Israelis that will leave Türkiye as soon as possible, citing the risk of attacks.
Masked protesters were seen detonating explosives and burning Israeli and American flags.
Some tore down barricades and rushed into lines of police.