(zaman.com) - A group of Turkish peace activists protested the United Nations in Ankara for its failure to stop the Israeli aggression against Lebanese civilians.
Some 60 members of the Civil Servants Union (Memur-Sen) gathered in front of the UN building in Ankara on Wednesday, chanting slogans against Israel and the UN, reports Trend.
Memur-Sen General Director Ahmet Aksu said Israel had killed hundreds of people including children in attacks on Lebanon.
Aksu condemned the UN for its failure to secure a ceasefire and to stop the Israeli aggression.
"We are protesting the UN for its failure to stop the massacre of innocent children."
The protestors laid a wreath at the UN building and hung a baby's soother on the door of the building.