Turkey: Netanyahu’s government’s extremist policies threaten Palestinians and Israelis


The Turkish Foreign Ministry said that the genocidal policies committed by the extremist Israeli government have become a threat to both Palestinians and Israelis.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry added in a statement in response to a post by Israeli Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz: ‘Turkey is making unremitting efforts to end the massacre committed by Israel, and is taking decisive steps to isolate Israel from the international community.’

The Turkish Foreign Ministry continued, “This is the real reason why some Israeli politicians are disrespectfully targeting Turkey and President Erdogan with baseless allegations.”

It explained in its statement that ‘Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan boldly condemns the unforgivable crimes committed by Israel against the Palestinians.’

The ministry stressed that “Turkey will continue to include Israel’s racist and unfair policies against the Palestinians on its agenda, and that it will defend the just cause until the Palestinians obtain their rights to establish their i
ndependent, fully sovereign state.

For his part, spokesman for the ruling Justice and Development Party in Turkey, Omar Celik, stressed that Turkey will continue to stand, under the leadership of its President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, against the brutality and lies of the Israeli government that kills thousands of innocent people in Palestine.

In a press statement, Celik described Israeli Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz as ‘a spokesman for the genocide organization,’ and that the Israeli government has become disturbed by the speeches of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan because he defends the right of a defenseless people subjected to genocide.

Omer Celik stressed that Erdogan and the common sense of the Turkish people will continue to disturb the Israeli government and that Israel will be defeated before human conscience and that its barbaric, provocative and unjust policy will be condemned before international law.

Celik stressed that history will write Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his
network as an “inhuman criminal organization.”

Meanwhile, the Turkish head of religious affairs, Ali Erbash, called on the world and all of humanity to work to stop the massacre and genocide committed by Israel in Gaza.

In his speech during the opening of the Consultative Summit of Scholars of the Islamic World held in Istanbul last night, he stressed the necessity of cooperation regardless of religion, language and ethnicity in order to better support Gaza and Palestine in stopping brutality and genocide there.

He indicated that he attended meetings abroad and held online meetings with the participation of 200 ministers, heads of religious administrations, and scholars from 90 countries in order to draw the world’s attention to the massacre committed by Israel in Palestine.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency