World condemns Israel over Gaza killings
Israel “will drown in the blood it has shed. Just like Hitler, who sought to establish a race free of all faults, Israel is chasing after the same target.”
Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey
Francois Hollande denounced the "unacceptable bombing of a school in Rafah run by the United Nations, which caused the death of at least 10 people who had taken refuge there".
President Francois Hollande, France
"How many more deaths will it take to stop what must be called the carnage in Gaza? The tradition of friendship between Israel and France is an old one and Israel's right to security is total, but this right does not justify the killing of children and the slaughter of civilians."
Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, France
Ban Ki-moon called the attack "a moral outrage and a criminal act. This madness must stop."
Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, United Nations
"The UN has spoken very clearly and I think they're right to speak very clearly. International law is clear that it's completely wrong and illegal to target civilians, if that's what's happened."
Prime Minister David Cameron, United Kingdom
"The United States is appalled by today's (Sunday's) disgraceful shelling outside an UNRWA school in Rafah sheltering some 3,000 displaced persons, in which at least 10 more Palestinian civilians were tragically killed."
Jen Psaki, US State Department Spokeswoman
"The savage aggression by the army of this child-killer regime (Israel), continues with a deliberate policy to commit genocide and massacre civilians and destroy infrastructure, houses, hospitals, schools and mosques."
President Hassan Rouhani, Iran
"Israel does not aim its fire at civilians and is sorry for any attack that unintentionally hits civilians.”
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel