"Erdogan should not preach to us; he bombs Kurdish villages in Turkey, imprisons journalists, helps Iran evade international sanctions and helps terrorists attack innocents in Gaza and other places."
Prosecutor Bensouda said in a statement: "I have ultimately decided to reaffirm my previous decision of November 6, 2014," in which she ruled that the raid was "not of sufficient gravity."
The Trump Administration's urgent warnings against Kurdish independence convinced the Iranian-backed militias and the Iraqi government they had a green light from Washington to invade Kurdistan without fear of American intervention.
The deal, estimated at $2.5 billion, has caused concern among Turkey’s NATO allies, who argued that the Russian system is incompatible with NATO's.
In July, when Turkish President Erdogan attacked Israel's security policy on the Temple Mount, Netanyahu issued a statement saying, "It would be interesting to see what Erdogan would say to ... the Kurds. Erdogan is the last one who can preach to Israel."
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is calling on Muslims to visit the Al Aqsa mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem in solidarity.
'Those who are able to should visit Al-Aqsa. For those who cannot visit Al-Aqsa should send aid to our brothers there,' Erdogan said.
A Turkish organization which is partly funded by the Turkish government has invested in a project designed to transport half a million Israeli Arabs...
One hundred years after the last Turkish soldier was chased out of Jerusalem by the invading British Empire, Turkey's channeling of millions into eastern Jerusalem is gaining sympathy and support.
The Turks are afraid of any show of Kurdish might, because they are in the midst of a campaign to repress their own Kurdish citizens.
Israel is trying to avoid yet another clash with Erdogan, so they sent him a message of sharp rebuke and they're hope that'll be the end of it.
"Each day that Jerusalem is under occupation is an insult to us,” Erdogan said, in a clear attempt to incite a new intifada.
Minister Israel Katz's proposal to transfer casualties from Idlib to hospitals in is opposed by the defense establishment, because it would requires cooperation with Turkey.
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