Netanyahu threatened to be ‘sent to God’

Last Updated on March 27, 2024 11:43 am

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to ‘send Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to God’. Due to this incident, the Israeli foreign minister ordered to summon the Turkish deputy ambassador in Tel Aviv.

According to Israeli media, Erdoğan made this threat by condemning the Israeli attack on Gaza and the killing of Palestinian citizens while campaigning for Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party last week. Mentioning Netanyahu’s name, he said, “I will send him to Allah.”

Because of this, Israeli Foreign Minister Katz made a post on X (former Twitter) about summoning the Turkish ambassador. In the post, he addressed Erdogan, writing, “You are the one who supports the burning of children, the mutilation of bodies by murderers, rapists and Hamas criminals.” You are the last person who can (again) talk about God.

The Israeli foreign minister also wrote, “There is no God who listens to your Hamas friends who support atrocities and human rights violations.” Be quiet and shy!

Turkish Foreign Ministry Spokesman Onku Keseli reacted angrily to the X message of the Israeli minister. He said Turkey will speak the truth and bring the Palestinian people’s unspeakable oppression to the global agenda.

In a post written on social media, the Turkish spokesperson also said that the crimes that Israel has been carrying out in Gaza for six months can no longer be hidden and must face the genocide trial.

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