Recep Tayyip Erdoğan does not mince his words with regard to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu while Israel is carrying out bombings against Rafah with the risk of large-scale butchery.
The Turkish president once again compared, Monday February 12, during a meeting of his government, Benyamin Netanyahu to Hitler, the leader of Nazi Germany with a genocidal past with the Jews of Europe.
“Netanyahu’s Hitler government crosses a red line every day through the genocidal and brutal policies it has been pursuing since October 7”declared Erdogan, who on December 27 had already compared Netanyahu to Hitler who tried to exterminate the Jews of Europe during the Second World War. “They spoke ill of Hitler. How do you differ from Hitler? »he said.
The Turkish president denounced the bloody attack carried out by Israel on the night of Sunday to Monday against the city of Rafah, where more than 1.4 million Palestinians are crowded, the vast majority of whom were chased out by the Israeli army. northern Gaza.
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This attack, which left many Palestinian civilians dead, raises fears of a new slaughter while the inhabitants of this city no longer have anywhere to flee, after the destruction of the north of the Gaza Strip by the Israeli army.
“This morning (Monday), they attacked the town of Rafah which they declared a safe zone and where 1.5 million Gaza residents have taken refuge after being forcibly displaced from the north of the Strip”denounced Erdogan who accused the West of being behind this “recklessness” Israeli.
“On the surface, Western powers are calling on Israel to show restraint while turning a blind eye to Netanyahu’s massacres under the pretext of Hamas and continuing to support Israel with arms and ammunition”, said Erdogan, whose criticisms have not spared the Islamic world. While many Western countries, notably the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom, provide political and military support to the Israeli far-right government in its war against the Palestinians, Muslim countries struggle to adopt and put pressure on Israel to stop the massacre in Gaza, because of their divisions.
“Unfortunately, we see that the Islamic world, in turn, remains incapable of stopping Israel and preventing massacres and injustice”regretted the Turkish president.