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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is calling on Muslims to visit the Al Aqsa mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem in solidarity.
In May, Turkey's Erdoğan declared “every day Jerusalem is under ‘occupation.’”
“We want to build a pipeline stretching from Israel to Turkey in order to able to export natural gas from Israel to Turkey."
“I have a small condition about my blood pressure related to my diabetes,” Erdogan said.
“Stamford Hill Shomrim are in touch with the Metropolitan Police Service and have urged the local community to be vigilant and report anything suspicious."
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.
The conversation, defined as a “clarification call,” was held at the request of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
"Each day that Jerusalem is under occupation is an insult to us,” Erdogan said, in a clear attempt to incite a new intifada.
"We will not allow the silencing of prayers from the heavens of Jerusalem," said Erdogan -- but the threat never existed.
The Dubai partner of GEM TV head Saeed Karimian was also killed in the same attack.
Turkish security officials foiled massive terror attacks in a raid that netted suicide bombing belts, detonators and weapons.
Israeli envoys to Turkey have reported in to confirm they are safe after the second terrorist attack to strike the country this week leaves two people dead in the city of Izmir.
None of them is the actual lone gunman who carried out the attack at the Reina nightclub early Sunday morning.
ISIS called Turkish authorities "servants of the cross" and the killer who took dozens of lives, a "heroic soldier of the caliphate."
Terrorists attacked one of the most famous nightclubs in Istanbul on New Year's Eve, killing dozens and wounding more.
Israel's prime minister condemned a deadly bombing in Istanbul, and called on Turkey to do the same when Israel is targeted.
PM Netanyahu says the second UNESCO resolution adopted on Jerusalem is more "theater of the absurd."
Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz and his Turkish counterpart met while at the World Energy Conference in Istanbul; the two explored the possibility of a natural gas pipeline from Israel to Turkey.