After of century of Ataturk — separation of mosque and state — a once-prospering and modern Turkey has been dragged back to stone ages by deeply devout monster Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Islamic Jew-hatred — it’s in the Quran. Erdogan, a vicious anti-semite and former President Obama’s closest friend among world leaders, has based much of his presidency on Islamic Jew-hatred, counting on its popularity in the Muslim country (Mein Kampf has been a number one bestseller in Turkey for years) to secure the popularity of his regime. He has embarked upon the rapid re-islamization of Turkey, which is popular with many Turks outside Istanbul and Ankara despite his war on freedom and his people.
Erdogan, like Muslim leaders the world over, always speaks as if he held the moral high ground, regardless of the blood that is on his own hands. Erdogan’s ongoing campaign against Jews and Israel are part of the Islamic propaganda campaign to blacken Israel’s reputation and turn people of good will against it — a campaign that has had remarkable success among leftists in the West, including leftist Jewish leaders, to their shame. And Turkey is still in NATO.
“Turkish President Recep Erdoğan Implies Yair Netanyahu Responsible for NZ Mosque Terror…,” IsraellyCool, March 17, 2019 (thanks to Wendy):
Time and others report that Turkish leader Recep Erdoğan has used footage of the New Zealand mosque shootings in a video montage.
Footage of the New Zealand mosque shootings that was pulled down by Facebook, YouTube and other social media platforms has resurfaced as a campaign prop in Turkey.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan screened a montage of videotaped snippets from the attack on Muslim houses of worship in an apparent attempt to galvanize his pious, conservative base ahead of March 31 local elections. At televised rallies in Istanbul and Tekirdag to the west, he showed blurred fragments of suspected attacker Brenton Tarrant’s online manifesto and his livestream from the massacre in Christchurch, New Zealand, which claimed the lives of 50 people.
But what all the reports are missing is a key fact: the video montage also shows a tweet from Yair Netanyahu, the son of Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu:
And I will remind him that Istanbul is actually a city called Constantinople! The capital of the Byzantine empire and center of orthodox Christianity for more then a thousand years before Turkish occupation! https://t.co/LIpPx8xqYX
— Yair Netanyahu (@YairNetanyahu) March 13, 2019
followed by a section from mosque shooter Brenton Tarrant’s manifesto:
“We are coming for Constantinople and we will destroy every mosque and minaret in the city,” which will be “rightfuly Christian-owned once more.”
The implication seems to be that Yair Netanyahu and the mosque shooter were either in cahoots with each other or at least he shares the shooter’s views. Either way, Erdoğan is trying to paint Netanyahu as somehow responsible for the terrible events last week….
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