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Sunday, March 17, 2019

Turkish dictator threatens war against Israel after PM's son said Turkey conquers Christian land "Constantinople"

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Turkish dictator, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is outraged and offended after Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's son Yair, called Istanbul by its ancient name of Constantinople.
Binyamin Netanyahu's son Yair, responded to a tweet his father wrote regarding Erdogan.
"I want to remind him that Istanbul is, in essence, Constantinople!" Yair wrote. "It was the capital of the Byzantine empire and the center of Christian Orthodoxy for more than a thousand years before the Turkish conquest." Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who spoke to local elections warned Israel of future consequences (war? Sanctions?) and said that the prime minister of Israel should beat his son and not allow him to insult the Islamic state of Turkey.
"You need to twist your son's ear for calling Istanbul Constantinople. I have ways of educating Israel if Netanyahu's son continues to use shameful nicknames,".
In response Binyamin Netanyahu tweeted "Erdogan, the dictator who sends tens of thousands of political opponents to prison, commits genocide against the Kurds, and occupies Northern Cyprus, preaches to me, to Israel, and to the Israel Defense Forces, about democracy and the ethics of war. A joke. It’s best that he doesn’t get involved with Jerusalem, our capital for 3,000 years. Erdogan can only learn from us how to respect every religion and protect human rights."
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