Hamas slams Israeli PM’s anti-Erdogan tirade

Haniyeh attributed Netanyahu’s hostile remarks to ‘panic’ for facing ‘a global boycott’ and ‘a torrent of graft allegations’

“A criminal and killer of children should not give lessons on humanity,” Haniyeh, referring to the Israeli premier, told Anadolu Agency on Tuesday.

“Those who pursue terrorism and injustice in Palestine should not criticize those who support the oppressed all over the world,” he added.

In a raft of Sunday tweets, Netanyahu attacked Erdogan over Turkey’s ongoing counter-terrorism efforts in the country’s southeast and the Cyprus issue.

Haniyeh attributed Netanyahu’s hostile remarks to “panic” on the part of the Israeli PM, who, he said, is facing “a global boycott” of Israel and “a torrent of graft allegations”.

Turkey rejects Israeli PM’s ‘baseless, delusional’ claims on national army

Turkey’s Defense Ministry on Tuesday rejected the “baseless and delusional” claims made by Israeli Prime Minister Benajmin Netanyahu on the Turkish army.

“Those with the blood of Palestinian children on their hands cannot slander the Turkish army,” read a written statement. The statement came after Netanyahu on Sunday attacked the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over Turkey’s counter-terror operation and Cyprus issues on Twitter.

Erdogan responded to Netanyahu’s tweet, saying the Israeli premier is heading “state terror”.

Earlier this month, local media reports said the Israeli State Prosecutor’s Office recommended the indictment of Netanyahu for alleged bribery in two separate corruption cases.

Netanyahu will also likely be charged for breach of trust in a third corruption probe.

The Turkish Defense Ministry added: “There has never been any embarrassing case in the missions and operations carried out during the glorious history of the Turkish Armed Forces.”

Turkey is the voice of the oppressed, Erdogan says to Israel’s Netanyahu

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday responded to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s criticizing remarks toward himself and Turkey.

“Erdoğan is the voice of the oppressed, you [Netanyahu] are the voice of the persecutors. You are cruel!” he said at an opening ceremony in Istanbul.

“You are conducting state terror, your police detain women and children by kicking and dragging them,” he added.

He went on to say: “Israel has no right to accuse anyone without accounting for its own sins, crimes against humanity, massacres and destruction.”

On Sunday, Benjamin Netanyahu, on his Twitter account, attacked Turkish president over Turkey’s counter-terror operation and Cyprus issues.

Turkey says Israeli PM ‘disturbed’ by Erdogan’s remarks on humanity

Turkey’s presidential spokesperson İbrahim Kalın on Sunday said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is ‘disturbed’ by the remarks Turkish President Erdoğan has made on humanity and the oppressed people of Palestine.

“Instead of begging President Erdogan not to speak out the truth, Netanyahu should end the lawless occupation of Palestinian lands and the brutal oppression of Palestinian people,” Kalın said on Twitter.

“Bashing Erdoğan or using Kurds as a political chip will not save him from his domestic troubles,” he continued.