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'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.
“We want to build a pipeline stretching from Israel to Turkey in order to able to export natural gas from Israel to Turkey."
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.
Schuster said that by comparing Merkel with the Nazis Erdogan willfully ignored reral, current manifestations of anti-Semitism.
'There is absolutely no reason to allow ourselves to be reproached over this,' a German government spokesman said.
Turkey's president accuses Israel of "absolute provocation" against the Palestinian Authority with building in Judea and Samaria.
Almost 'normalized' but not quite: Israel completes its part of the deal, but Turkey's court refuses to dismiss the case against IDF soldiers and officers.
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.
Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz travels to Turkey after Yom Kippur to attend an international conference and meet with President Erdogan.
Israel's interim head of embassy in Ankara is welcomed with a handshake by Turkish President Erdogan and wishes for success.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said earlier this month that Jerusalem had met all of Ankara’s preconditions for normalizing ties, which were degraded in 2010.
Imagine that every conspiracy theory you've heard, from the Communists taking over America, to Obama conspiring with the deans of Al Azhar University to bring Islam to the US, to the CIA blowing up the World Trade Center, was, if not true, at least plausible.
Turkish lawmakers endorsed a 3-month state of emergency declared by the government July 20.
Meanwile, President Erdogan has announced that the death penalty could be restored in Turkey following the failed military coup, as part of his efforts to enhance democratic values.
Is it coincidence that the military coup in Turkey made Turkish President Erdogan even stronger, and giving him an excuse to go after his enemies in a witch-hunt in a legitimate way?
"There must be a unified approach of condemnation and war on this terrorism," Netanyahu underlines.
Some 2,839 military personnel involved in the coup attempt have been arrested, and 20 pro-coup soldiers, including some senior officers, were killed during the attempt to overthrow the government.
The Israeli security cabinet approved a reconciliation deal with Turkey on Wednesday by a vote of 7-3.