In a recent talk given in front of members of the Turkish Justice and Development Party parliament (The AKP), Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Israel of committing “state terrorism,” referring to the last deadly air offensive Israel is conduction in Gaza, which witnessed the death of over 200 people.
Erdogan said: “Israel is continuing to carry out state terrorism in the region. Nobody, except us, tells it to stop.”
Erdogan added: “To what extent will the world remain silent to this state terrorism?”
“No country in the world, except Turkey, can stand against Israel’s attacks and urge it to stop. I recall, once again, that those who commit brutalities will sooner or later pay the price,” he said.
Erdogan went even further in his critics to Israel when he compared an Israeli woman, member of the Israeli parliament, to Hitler.
“An Israeli woman said Palestinian mothers should be killed, too. And she’s a member of the Israeli parliament. What is the difference between this mentality and Hitler’s?” he asked.
“If these words had been said by a Palestinian, the whole world would have denounced it,” he added, according to a report by Turkish newspaper Hurriyet.
“They say, Hamas is rocketing as well.Yes, but there are no casualties. You killed 200 Palestinians. The Israeli people will never be in security and prosperity if they continue these policies,” Hurriyet reported him adding.
Erdogan rapped the international community as well, over its “inaction” in the face of Israel’s “Operation Protective Edge” in the Gaza Strip, when he said that the West has “ignored the Palestinian tragedy since 1948,” and that the U.S. hasn’t worked hard enough for a two-state solution.
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