Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are once again violently with each other. Erdogan accused Netanyahu on Sunday in an address “state terrorism” against the Palestinians, and denounced him as a “tyrant”.
The Israeli head of government said then in front of the Christian soldier: “I was just exposed to the everyday madness of the anti-Semitic dictators, Erdogan.” The Turkish President compared to suffer from an “Obsession with Israel,” said Netanyahu, according to his office.
Erdogan had previously claimed that Israel was killing “tens of thousands of innocent men, women and children of all ages in Palestine”. He spoke of “massacres” and “crimes against humanity”.
Netanyahu said on Sunday, Erdogan did not know “what is a moral army and a real democracy, unlike an army, which respects in the Kurdish villages of women and children to slaughter”. On Saturday evening, he had described Erdogan on Twitter as “occupiers of Northern Cyprus”, the have no right to preach to Israel’s morale.
The renewed verbal sparring had begun, after Erdogan had said on Saturday young people at an event in Istanbul, you should anyone, the lying on the ground. “You’re not a Jew in Israel,” Erdogan said, according to the state news Agency Anadolu. Turkish foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu called Netanyahu on Twitter, a “cold-blooded killer”.
Between Israel and Turkey, it has come in the past few years, tensions. In may, Erdogan spoke of a “genocide” after bloody protests on the Gaza border dozens of Palestinians were killed. They protested against the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.