Turkey provides a home for Hamas and allows Hamas to plot terror attacks against Israel from its territory.
The Telegraph reminded its readers that "Israel has a long history of carrying out assassinations of Hamas figures abroad."
Incirlik Air Base in southern Turkey, near Syria, is home to the US Air Force 39th Air Base Wing with its tactical nuclear weapons which include as many as 50 B61 nuclear bombs.
"The Turks are trying to show that they are boss, and this is very worrying,” senior Israeli officials said according to Israeli media.
Turkey has forged close ties with Gaza's ruling Hamas terrorist group, which has headquarters in Istanbul. Dahlan is no friend of Hamas.
Turkish media reports state that now, after their country's maritime agreement with Libya, the world can no longer ignore Turkey.
The move infuriated the Turkish government, which condemned the measure.
Graham, who didn't look happy as Trump's errands boy, said, "I do hope that Turkey and Armenia can come together and deal with this problem."
Remember Omar's notorious "Benjamins" tweet, and her other tweet, about the dual loyalties of American Jews?
Danny Danon criticized the UNSC for focusing on Israel while Turkey was attacking the Kurdish people and hosting the Hamas terror organization in Turkey's capital.
Hamas’ HQ for its terror operations in Judea and Samaria and their financing operation works out of Turkey.
A unit of the Russian military police has arrived in the Syrian town of Kobani to patrol the territory in cooperation with Turkey.
Griffin has not been invited in recent weeks to appear on any Fox News opinion shows.
“What [Russian President Vladimir] Putin wants is a resolution to the Syria crisis on his terms,” said Anna Borshchevskaya of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. “And he is closer to that resolution.”
While America prefers “peace to war,” says U.S. secretary of state, “kinetic or military action” against NATO ally Turkey is on the table in connection with the crisis in northern Syria.
Erdoğan: Turkey will resume its assault in northern Syria “with determination” when the U.S.-brokered ceasefire expires on Tuesday if all Kurdish forces have not withdrawn from the Syria-Turkey border region.
Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz: "Of course, what is happening in Syria should remind us of one principle - that we must maintain our ability to defend ourselves."
Erdogan was very upset by "Trump's mixture of threats and locker-room banter," so much so that he ordered his troops into Syria that very day.
“We have Israel nearby, as almost neighbors," Erdogan said. "They scare [other countries] by possessing [nuclear weapons]. No one can touch them.”
One journalist was killed immediately in the strike. Three were injured, including one who died the next day. A total of 15 civilians died.
With American support and training, the Kurdish-led SDF has become a professional army with close to 60,000 recruits.
Trump is actually restoring the religious balance in the region and weakening Iran's hold on the areas alongside Israel's border.
The demonstrators held picket signs that referred to the Holocaust, with some of the signs reading, “Never Again.”
It’s not clear how many American forces remain in Syria; Newsweek estimated the number to be “between 15 and 100 troops.”
"“It is a message for all the region’s people and all those who bet on the Americans."
Graham believes there would be more than enough votes to override a presidential veto: "Who the hell supports Erdogan over the Kurds?"
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, meanwhile, has urged Turkey to “halt its military operation.”
The Kurdish civilian administration in northeastern Syria issued a “general mobilization” call on Wednesday, in preparation for a full-blown Turkish invasion.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Monday denounced Trump's decision to pull US troops out of northeastern Syria, calling it a "stain on America's honor."
Turkey has already drilled in Cypriot waters, triggering protests from Nicosia and the European Union, including sanctions.