TURKISH President Linked israel With Nazis Over Palestine Issue:
In a latest development, the TURKISH President Recep Tayyab Erdogan linked the israel with the Nazis over the actions of coward Israeli security forces in Palestine. The TURKISH President Recep Tayyab Erdogan said that the israel has unlawfully seized the lands, which originally belongs to the Brave Palestinian people.
The TURKISH President Recep Tayyab Erdogan harshly lambasts the blockade of Gaza Strip by the coward and israeli forces and said that TURKEY views view the Holocaust “in the same way we view those besieging Gaza and carrying out massacres in it.”
The TURKISH President Erdogan was addressing the annual speech at the United National General Assembly.
The TURKISH President Erdogan said that Palestinian Territories had become one of the places where most injustice prevailed than any other part on the entire earth.
The TURKISH President directly blames on the israel for its coward act of war against the innocent and unarmed Palestinian brothers.
During the Address to the United Nations General Assembly, the TURKISH President Recep Tayyab Erdogan showed a time-lapsed map of the israel back to 1948 to till date.
The TURKISH President shows that world that how israel illegally and unlawfully captured the Palestinian Territory by brute force and war crimes.
TURKISH President Recep Tayyab Erdogan said on the occasion, “Now, I am asking from the rostrum of the United Nations General Assembly; where are the borders of the State of Israel?” He asked rhetorically of the world leaders. “Is it the 1948 borders, the 1967 borders, or is there any other border?”
All the world leaders were stunned by the Brave Speech of the TURKISH President Recep Tayyab Erdogan. It is important to mention that PAKISTAN and TURKEY are perhaps only countries in the world, which have always raised the Palestine Issue on nearly every forum on different occasion.
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