Turkish man who was injured in Zionist regime’s 2010 deadly attack on a Gaza-bound flotilla has attained martyrdom after four years in a coma

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A Turkish man who was injured in Zionist regime’s 2010 deadly attack on a Gaza-bound flotilla has attained martyrdom after four years in a coma.

According to Press TV, Ugur Suleyman Soylemez was left comatose after Zionist regime’s soldiers opened fire on the Turkish-flagged Mavi Marmara. The 51-year-old man attained martyrdom on Friday.

Relations between Zionist regime and Turkey soured in 2010 after the attack on the Freedom Flotilla in international waters in the Mediterranean Sea on May 31.

Nine Turkish activists on board the ship martyred and about 50 other people who were part of the team on the six-ship convoy were injured.

The Tel Aviv regime has apologized and offered to pay compensation to the families of the victims in a gesture to end the row.

Meanwhile, on Thursday, Turkey’s Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH) said it would reject any offer by Israel to pay compensation for the Mavi Marmara attack in exchange for dropping a court case.

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