Turkey, Russia discuss Israel clashes in call - Turkish presidency

greg64

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I don't go to Jerusalem Post article links.

Does the article say that Israel is letting these Turkish and Russian representatives in? Usually Israel prevents these kinds of actions and tells the appropriate countries to butt out.
No. It just says Erdogan is pushing for an international response to include this. Also that he wants to teach Israel a deterrent lesson. Which is funny to me, because that's what Israel is doing with Iran's proxies in Gaza right now.
 

DanLMP

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No. It just says Erdogan is pushing for an international response to include this. Also that he wants to teach Israel a deterrent lesson. Which is funny to me, because that's what Israel is doing with Iran's proxies in Gaza right now.

Okay. Then I seriously doubt that Israel will allow any other countries entry. Especially Turkey and Russia.

The US is supposed to have sent a 5th level person from the Department of State, as reported by Kudlow on Fox News Business.

Get that, 5th level person from State! I wonder if he packed his slap in the face.
 

Chris

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Turkey, Russia discuss Israel clashes in call - Turkish presidency
Erdogan and Putin call for work to be done on sending international peacekeepers to the region to help safeguard Palestinians, a proposal Turkey has made since 2018.
By REUTERS
MAY 12, 2021

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and Russia's Vladimir Putin discussed in a phone call tensions in Gaza and Jerusalem, Turkey's presidency said on Wednesday, as Ankara seeks international action against Israel. Israel carried out hundreds of air strikes in Gaza into Wednesday morning as the Islamist group Hamas and other Palestinian militants fired rocket barrages over the border, in the most intense exchange in years that killed at least 35 people. Erdogan told Putin the international community needed to "teach a deterrent lesson" to Israel, adding that Ankara was working to mobilize this reaction, according to a statement from his office. Erdogan also called for work to be done on sending international peacekeepers to the region to help safeguard Palestinians, a proposal Turkey has made since 2018.

https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news...ael-clashes-in-call-turkish-presidency-667934
 
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