"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.
The deal that allows Israel to return to its embassy in Amman is very similar to that with Ankara after the Mavi Marmara conflict.
The two Turkish tourists who were deported entered Israel on Belgian passports; details on the third man were unavailable.
Israel Police said the men tried to reach the Al Aqsa Mosque where they planned on participating in a demonstration.
The 33-year-old blogger was questioning about her contacts with Iranians, inside Iran.
“We are aware of it but it is not in line with our position. Russia’s position on Jerusalem and the Middle Eastern settlement is well known,"
Erdogan called on world powers to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of “Palestine” and said President Trump should reverse his decision.
"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."
Israel's last major earthquake struck in 1927, killing 130 in Jerusalem, but there are many minor quakes each year.
It's not clear whether any foreign nationals were casualties in the earthquake.
The TOI home page was replaced with the Turkish flag.
Russia's Interfax news service and several other media companies were affected, as was the airport in Odessa and the transportation system in Kiev.
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.
“If Israel does not reconsider its support for Kurdish independence, Turkey will not be able to take many steps we would have with Israel, too."
All of Kurdistan's neighbors have been advancing military units towards its borders, possibly scheming to repeat the attempt in 1948 by seven Arab states to choke the fledgling State of Israel.
The hunger for a state of their own dates as far back as the time when the Ottoman Empire was broken up after World War I and European nations divided the territory.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel "clearly differentiates between the PKK and the legitimate efforts of the Kurdish people."
President Trump's close associate Rudy Giuliani, who is the attorney representing one of the accused in this case, has met with Turkish President Erdogan to discuss getting the entire case dismissed.
"The Jewish Agency, which has welcomed millions of Jews home to Israel, is proud to play a part in easing Neda’s integration into her country of refuge."