Erdogan stated that the West: “Is content to merely watch barbarities, escalating to genocide, perpetrated by today’s Fuhrer [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu, his bloodthirsty team against Palestinians.”
According to the report, Turkiye, which supports a two-state solution to the decades-old conflict, has sharply criticised Israel over its campaign in Gaza, launched in response to militant group Hamas’s rampage on 7 October. More than 15,500 people have been killed in the Israeli air and ground attacks, according to Gaza’s Health Ministry.
The leaders of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have slammed Israel’s atrocities against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip warning of “dire consequences” of the aggressions for the entire region.
The Israeli military, too, has contributed to the Israeli hasbara that Tel Aviv would be able to face several threats on all fronts, from Gaza, to the West Bank, to Lebanon and Syria, Dr. Ramzy Baroud wrote in an article in Middle Eat Monitor.
The shocking claim was made by the French-Israeli businessman who is currently in prison for major tax fraud amounting to over €200m. Mimran funded lavish vacations for Netanyahu and his wife Sara. Details of his claims were released by the French website Mediapart and have been reported widely by Israeli newspapers. The allegations are based on recordings ...
“The State of Palestine rejects in the strongest terms the provocative and hateful speech delivered by the Israeli Prime Minister at the United Nations General Assembly General Debate,” said the Foreign Ministry in a statement.
According to Safa, it was reported by Israeli Channel 13 that Netanyahu’s decision followed warnings by the heads of the various security agencies not to tighten restrictions on prisoners on the day after the Jewish holidays. The head of the Shin Bet internal security agency, Ronen Bar, warned that such a step would increase the escalation raging in ...
With the religious-nationalist coalition set to ratify a key reform before parliament goes on summer recess on 30 July, the opposition has stepped up a half-year-long protest campaign and there have been threats by some reservists to refuse call-ups.
Netanyahu signed the agreement with former Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, requiring him to avoid involvement in judicial legislation that could affect the outcome of his cases, the Times of Israel reported.