Benjamin, Netanyahoo: Alexei Druzhinin / RIA Novosti
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to “the murder of Syrians and Kurds.” On Tuesday, July 24, according to Reuters.
“Turkey under Erdogan turns into a dark dictatorship,” he said.
Such a statement Netanyahu made in response to criticism of the Turkish leader to address the adopted Israeli law on the Jewish character of the state.
Earlier, on 24 July, Erdogan said that the Ghost of the Fuhrer of the Third Reich of Adolf Hitler appeared among the representatives of the Israeli authorities.
In his opinion, Israel — “the Zionist, fascist and racist state”. Erdogan criticized the country’s authorities, which on 19 July adopted a law declaring Israel as a Jewish nation state. The document has caused indignation of the Arab minority, about 20 percent of the population.
He also stressed that Israel become a “state of terror” after there were attacks on Palestinians.
In mid-may has been a serious deterioration of relations between Turkey and Israel. The reason for this is to move the U.S. Embassy from tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Against this background, in the Gaza strip held a protest. Israeli soldiers opened fire on defeat on the participants. The clashes killed more than 60 Palestinians, including a child aged eight months, more than 2.2 thousand were injured from bullets or tear gas. Ankara recalled their ambassadors in tel Aviv for consultations.
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