"The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers." Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan
The newly islamicized Turkey escalates its hostile aggressions towards the tiny Jewish state. Today Turkey said it would increase hostilities against Israel by sending warships to escort the next round of jihad flotillas to Gaza.
Further, they promised that they would not allow a repetition of last year's Israeli raid that killed nine Turks, setting the stage for a potential naval confrontation with its former ally.
Turkey is continuing its jihad against Israel. The jihad flotilla was a set-up; the ambush, the bloodshed: "We had no Choice"… [we] did not expect to be landing in "a battlefield" and facing a group of "murderous mercenaries."
The jihad flotilla warship launched from Turkey should have resulted in sanctions against the Turkish government. Instead, the jihadist prime minister is promising to launch another, with warship escorts.
One of the flotilla event organizers called for "death to Israel," saying that they will fight till their last breath until they take over Jerusalem.
Turkey violated international law, and as a result, demanded that Israel apologize, as the Ottoman empire demanded of its dhimmi Jews. Benjamin Netanyahu has refused to apologize to Turkey for Jewish soldiers defending themselves from marauding knife-wielding Muslims.
In response, Turkey expelled the Israeli ambassador. And followed up with last week with the nazi-like detention of 40 Jews at Istanbul Airport, who were forced to strip, their passports confiscated.
Why aren't free nations at the UN demanding that Turkey be expelled for launching a warship designed to provoke war games with Israel?
Worse still, the islamophiliac in the White House is demanding that Israel issue an apology.
One only has to have a cursory knowledge of the brutal and monstrous history of the Jews in Muslim lands to understand what a post-dhimmi Jew is, but clearly Turkey is reverting to its Ottoman imperial supremacist thuggery, with the OIC leading the way. The 1,400-year treatment of the Jews under Muslim rule is without peer, save for the Nazis, who were more advanced and modern, and made extermination their ultimate goal — whereas under the sharia, slavery, exploitation, persecution, humiliation and extermination were the mixed bag suffered by the Jews. But make no mistake: the Muslim world was aligned with Hitler, and the leader of the Muslim world, Mufti al-Husseini, was responsible for the deaths of 400,000 Jewish women and children during the Shoah. The Muslim armies he raised in Bosnia were said to be the most vicious and bloodthirsty.
In his memoirs [al-Husseini] wrote: "Our fundamental condition for cooperating with Germany was a free hand to eradicate every last Jew from Palestine and the Arab world. I asked Hitler for an explicit undertaking to allow us to solve the Jewish problem in a manner befitting our national and racial aspirations and according to the scientific methods innovated by Germany in the handling of its Jews. The answer I got was: 'The Jews are yours.'
The Muslim world never expressed remorse nor made reparation for its role in Holocaust. And Turkey has never been held accountable for theFreedom from Jihad flotilla to save the victims of sharia living in Muslim countries (we had to push the launch back to raise funds, and get a ship and a country to sail under. Freedom is growing increasingly unpopular in a leftist/Islamic world). Instead, Turkey supported a genocidal mission against Jews. We must demand the end of Turkey's occupation of Northern Cyprus and demand justice for Armenia and the Kurds.
(Reuters) – Turkey said on Thursday it would escort aid ships to Gaza and would not allow a repetition of last year's Israeli raid that killed nine Turks, setting the stage for a potential naval confrontation with its former ally.
Raising the stakes in Turkey's row with Israel over its refusal to apologize for the killings, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Al Jazeera television that Turkey had taken steps to stop Israel from unilaterally exploiting natural resources in the Mediterranean.
"Turkish warships, in the first place, are authorized to protect our ships that carry humanitarian aid to Gaza," Erdogan said in the interview, broadcast by Al Jazeera with an Arabic translation.
"From now on, we will not let these ships to be attacked by Israel, as what happened with the Freedom Flotilla," Erdogan said.
Referring to Erdogan's comments, Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor said: "This is a statement well-worth not commenting on."
Relations between Turkey and Israel, two close U.S. allies in the region, have soured since Israeli forces boarded the Gaza-bound Mavi Marmara aid ship in May 2010.
Ankara downgraded ties and vowed to boost naval patrols in the eastern Mediterranean in the escalating row. Israel says it acted legally against ships that tried to breach its blockade on the Palestinian enclave which is ruled by the Islamist Hamas group.
OT but related: Egypt's Mubarak did not suffer these Gaza 'aid' inciters Dec. 31, 2009
the Egyptian government refused to allow the nearly 1400 leftist activists from a reported forty-three nations gathered in Cairo to cross into Gaza through Egyptian border crossings to join the so-called Gaza Freedom March scheduled for December 31st in Gaza. 1400 was the number of Palestinians reported killed in Israel’s defensive operations in Gaza last December.
And look how things worked out for him. There are no accidents. The rise of the universal caliphate:
Istanbul is the scene for daily demonstrations by Islamist organizations against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Yesterday, crowds carrying banners both in Turkish and Arabic gathered in front of Egypt’s Consulate in Istanbul, cheered “Long Live the Egyptian Intifada”, they burned posters of Mubarak, and chanted ‘Pharoah Mubarak go to Israel!”.
Bulent Yildirim, the president of IHH, who organized the Gaza Flotilla against Israel in May 2010 spoke to the crowd and said that Mubarak was an oppressor and killer of his people, who had surrendered Gaza to the hands of Israel.
IHH was also the organizer of today’s protests in Istanbul, after Friday prayers. All Islamist NGOs close to the ruling AKP, and a leader of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood participated in the protest. Yildirim spoke to the crowds, saying that Egyptian people were not alone and that the torch of freedom was lit by the blood of the shahids of Mavi Marmara. He said that all leaders that supported the destruction of Al Aqsa would share the same fate as Mubarak.
Dr. Ashraf Abdulgaffar, a Muslim Brotherhood leader told the crowd that people were filling the streets in many countries, to say “No to Israel and America". He said, “Today is the umma’s birthday. Today, millions in Egypt are writing history. Nobody can stand against the umma’s rise”. He also led a prayer for success of the resistance of the Egyptian people and readings from the Koran.
Sources: AA (Anatolian Agency), Turkey, February 3, 2011; Haberler.com, IHH.org, February 4, 2011
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