Erdogan demands to bring Israel under investigation

Erdogan demands to bring Israel under investigation
Erdogan demands to bring Israel under investigation

Israeli troops have been attacking the Gaza Strip for 36 consecutive days. More than 11,000 Palestinians lost their lives. An Israeli minister also threatened to drop nuclear bombs on the besieged Gaza Strip. Because of this, he was very much in the face of the cannon. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has demanded an investigation into the incident.

He said nuclear weapons, whose existence Israeli ministers have acknowledged, should be investigated. He also said that Turkey is ready to work to establish permanent peace in the Middle East. News from Anadolu.

According to the report, President Erdoğan spoke at an emergency Arab-Islamic joint summit in Saudi Arabia’s capital, Riyadh, on Saturday.

There, he said, Israeli ministers have admitted the presence of nuclear weapons and there should be an investigation into the matter. If nuclear bombs are smuggled beyond the control of the International Atomic Energy Agency, they must be disclosed.

President Erdoğan also said that Israel acts like a spoiled child of the Western countries and they are obliged to pay compensation for the damage caused by the Israeli administration.

Regarding the call for a cease-fire and lasting peace in the region, Erdogan said, “Once peace is established, we are ready to make all necessary efforts, including acting as a guarantor.”

This Turkish president said, Jerusalem is our red line. It is our desire that Jerusalem, known as the city of peace, and all the Palestinian lands return to their former glory.

Incidentally, an Israeli minister came under severe criticism for commenting that Israel might drop a nuclear bomb on the Gaza Strip. After this comment, Israel’s extreme right-wing political party, Otzma Yehudi Party, announced the dismissal of the minister from all cabinet meetings.

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