A Turkish daily affiliated with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on the country’s Jewish community to apologize for the Palestinian casualties of the Israeli operation in Gaza.-Turkish newspaper close to govt threatens Jews
“You came here after being banished from Spain,” Yeni Akit correspondent Faruk KÃ¶se wrote Wednesday in an open letter to Hakham Bashi, the chief rabbi of Turkey’s Jewish community. “You have lived comfortably among us for 500 years andÂ gotten rich at our expense. Is this your gratitude – killing Muslims? Erdogan, demand that the community leader apologize!”
Apparently, even after being citizens for 500 years, Jews in Turkey are still not considered Turkish. (EoZ)
This photo taken last week, of Sderot residents going to a hilltop to watch IDF strikes in Gaza, has taken on a life of its own. And no one – not the original photographer/tweeter nor the “analysts” – have understood the scene pictured there.
TheÂ New York TimesÂ reported
There areÂ someÂ people in the region who cheer rockets that are aimed directly at civilians, though:
There is no hand-wringing over that, no Arabs who feel that their people have lost their moral compass, no triumphant articles in the New York Times about how we can feel morally superior to the Arabs.. No, when Â Arabs cheer Jews being targetedÂ or indeed being killed, the world yawns.
- Rockets target Tel Aviv area as fighting renews after humanitarian timeout–Â Times of Israel Live Blog:
Chileans also hate da Jooozzz
Chilean deputies and senators of Palestinian origin went to the Foreign Ministry on Monday to demand a stronger position against Israel regarding its actions in the Gaza Strip.
Chile has suspendedÂ Free Trade Agreement (FTA)Â negotiations with Israel and id considering the withdrawal of its ambassador to Tel Aviv in protest against the Israeli bombing campaign on Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip.
TheÂ Chilean-Palestinian parliamentary group told HispanTV that the Chilean government will also seek Israel’s condemnation by theÂ UN Security Council (UNSC) afterÂ meeting with the Chilean Foreign Heraldo Munoz.