Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday condemned Israel over its “inhumane attack” in Gaza after Hamas-sponsored major riots lead to the elimination of 16 Muslim terrorists.
The violence broke out on Friday after 45,000 Muslim terrorists rioted near the fence, threw rocks and firebombs, burned tires and attempted to infiltrate into Israel in order to murder Jews.
Over 1,400 people were also wounded, 758 main instigators were wounded by live fire, with the remainder hurt by rubber bullets and tear gas inhalation, the Gazan health ministry said.
Hamas claimed 5 terrorists eliminated were members of its Al-Qassam Brigades, whose sole mission is to murder Israelis.
A spokesman for PA chairman Abbas’ Fatah says 14 of the Muslim terrorists eliminated yesterday while trying to attack Israeli territory, were Fatah members, trying to outscore. By that he admits that none were peaceful protesters.
“I strongly condemn the Israeli government over its inhumane attack,” Erdogan said during a speech in Istanbul.
Unsurprisingly, Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif also lambasted Israel over the killing of terrorists.
Siding with Erdogan and Zarif, newly appointed Meretz leader MK Tamar Zandberg called for an investigation.
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman mocked those calling for an investigation, suggesting they may have gotten confused and though Hamas organized a music festival, and not a hostile march on Israel’s border cynically exploited by the terror organization to besmirch Israel’s name and sabotage border infrastructure.
“IDF soldiers repulsed Hamas military wing terrorists with determination and professionalism, just as we expected of them,” Liberman praised, adding he gives them his full backing, for they are the reason Israelis could “safely celebrate Passover Seder.”
“I do not understand the choir of hypocrites who wants a commission of inquiry,” he slammed. “They got confused and thought Hamas organized the Woodstock Festival yesterday and we have to give them flowers.”
Netanyahu responded to Erdogan’s condemnation of Israel in a tweet on Sunday morning: “The moral army in the world will not receive moral exhortations from those who for years have indiscriminately bombed civilian populations. Apparently this is how Ankara marks April first.”
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also gave his backing to the soldiers, writing on twitter, “Well done to our soldiers who are guarding the country’s borders and allowing Israeli citizens to celebrate the holiday quietly. Israel is acting determinately and resolutely to defend its sovereignty and the security of its citizens.”