“You don’t get to choose your partners. My approach to diplomacy is to keep focusing on your goals."
What Turkey has apparently done was sidestep that whole part regarding receiving UNSC approval, and just sold Iran the banned technology -- which was made in Israel.
The bill is drawing support from Likud, Zionist Camp, Habayit Hayehudi, Shas and Meretz, as well as Knesset Speaker Edelstein.
"A man whose hands are stained with the blood of countless Kurdish citizens in Turkey and Syria is the last to preach to us about military ethics."
Israel has expelled Turkey’s Consul in Jerusalem following the expulsion of Israel’s Ambassador to Turkey in Ankara. Hüsnü Gürcan Türkoğlu represents Ankara to the...
“The Islamic world should move as one, with one voice, against this massacre," Turkey's prime minister said.
Netanyahu: “Erdogan is among Hamas’s biggest supporters and there is no doubt that he well understands terrorism and slaughter. I suggest that he not preach morality to us.”
Disguised as PA Arab journalists, the raiders surrounded Kiswani under the pretense of conducting an interview with him.
The vote was originally not to be held until November 2019; however, Erdogan said the early elections were needed due to uncertainties in Syria.
"We were very successful against ISIS. But sometimes it’s time to come back home, and we’re thinking about that very seriously, okay?”
How is it that the UN, EU, United Kingdom and Turkey can allow such a tragedy to pass without comment?
“We will not give up the right of return. Gaza has surprised Israel with something new – and we have more surprises.”
One wonders how much spare time a tunnel digger actually has these days. Perhaps he has more than we realize.
Erdogan Calls Netanyahu ‘Terrorist,’ Israeli PM Mocks Turkey’s ‘April Fool’s Remarks’ Over Gaza Clashes
Prime Minister Netanyahu blasted Erdogan, saying, “The most moral army in the world will not be preached to by someone who for years has indiscriminately bombed civilian populations."
The weekly pestering of Jewish worshipers at the prophet Samuel tomb is apparently a new leap in the scope of Turkish provocation against Israel – with the tacit permission of the Israeli government.
“Had he not disarmed an Israeli terrorist soldier, they would not have started to fire. That’s enough . . ."
The suspects were arrested in Samsun, a city on the Black Sea, by Turkey’s National Intelligence Agency (MIT) and local anti-terror authorities.
Emergency services are to remain available, while interviews for visas and other routine services are being canceled.
"The professor proposed he apply for a position at the Turkish defense ministry, but his CV was rejected because he is a Jew."
Most of the terrorists in question had been released in the Shalit deal and were involved in attacks that claimed Israeli lives.
"Israel works closely with our partners around the world to defend and reveal the truth about the Holocaust. We expect to do that with every country, including Poland."
They both can't stand the fact that Israel still insists Jerusalem is its capital, and now a US president is backing them up.
The temple was among the most important ancient monuments built by the Arameans in the first millennium BCE. It's not clear why Turkey destroyed it.
“The coalition forces that are in that area have an inherent right to defend themselves and will do so if necessary.”
Last week, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan declared that Turkish forces would enter Syria, with Russia's consent, to "vanquish" the Kurdish militia that control Afrin, along the Turkish border.