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Turkish PM Shouts at Israeli Chief Terrorist

Posted by terres on January 30, 2009

“I find it very sad that people applaud what you have said because many people have been killed”

Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan stormed out of an angry debate on the Gaza war with Israel’s President and Chief Terrorist Shimon Peres at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday.

Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (L) leaves a debate with Israeli Chief Terrorist and President Shimon Peres. Photo: AFP. Image may be subject to copyright.

Erdogan complained that his comments on the conflict were cut short and walked off the stage in front of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and other panel members.

“I do not think I will be coming back to Davos after this because you do not let me speak,” the prime minister shouted as he left, though he said later he could reconsider.

Erdogan criticized the audience of international officials and corporate chiefs for applauding Peres’s emotional defense of Israel’s offensive in Gaza, which left more than 1,300 Palestinians dead and nearly 6,000 others injured.

“I find it very sad that people applaud what you have said because many people have been killed,” he shouted at Peres.

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4 Responses to “Turkish PM Shouts at Israeli Chief Terrorist”

  1. Yavuz Karaaslan said

    This guy started a new era in Turkey. Once a modern, secular state became more and more radical islamic. Today, Turkey is not much different than Pakistan. What bothers me most is Western leaders gave him the most support, in fact, made him who he is now.

  2. terres said

    Condemning the ongoing genocide of a people is neither radical, nor uniquely Islamic.

    True scholars of all faiths have condemned the Israeli massacre of Palestinians throughout their illegal occupation of Palestine. Would you call Norman Finkelstein, for example, a radical “islamist?”

    Your labeling of the Turkish PM as “radical islamic,” [the term is synonymous with terrorism] for his objection to the ongoing murderous Israeli offensive in Gaza is nothing short of inept McCarthyism.

  3. Peres (aka Szymon Perski) was treated with kid gloves by Erdogan. He belongs in prison along with all other terrorists.

    Owing to Peres’ mediation, Israel acquired the advanced Dassault Mirage III French jet fighter, established the Dimona nuclear reactor and entered into a tri-national agreement with France and the United Kingdom during the 1956 Suez Crisis.

    Peres was first elected to the Knesset in the 1959 elections, as a member of the Mapai party. He was given the role of Deputy Defense Minister, which he fulfilled until 1965 when he was implicated in the Lavon affair with Moshe Dayan.

    The Lavon Affair refers to the scandal over a failed Israeli covert operation in Egypt known as Operation Susannah, in which Israeli military intelligence planted bombs in Egyptian, American and British-owned targets in Egypt in the summer of 1954 in the hopes that “the Muslim Brotherhood, the Communists, ‘unspecified malcontents’ or ‘local nationalists'” would be blamed.[1] It became known as the Lavon Affair after the Israeli defense minister Pinhas Lavon, who was forced to resign because of the incident, or euphemistically as the Unfortunate Affair (Hebrew: העסק הביש‎, HaEsek HaBish). Israel admitted responsibility in 2005 when Israeli President Moshe Katzav honored the nine Egyptian Jewish agents who were involved.[2]

    Its construction commenced in 1958, with French assistance according to the secret Protocol of Sèvres agreements. The complex was constructed in secret, and outside the International Atomic Energy Agency inspection regime. To maintain secrecy, French customs officials were told that the largest of the reactor components, such as the reactor tank, were part of a desalination plant bound for Latin America. [1] The purpose of Dimona is widely assumed to be the manufacturing of nuclear weapons, and the majority of defense experts have concluded that it does in fact do that. However, the Israeli government refuses to confirm or deny this publicly, as part of a policy of deliberate ambiguity.

  4. Scarlet Pimpernel said

    The most disturbing issue concerning the terrorist state is its nuclear arsenal.

    Israel has made between 200 [low estimate] and 500 [high estimate] nuclear weapons. They may also have additional nuke warheads supplied by other countries, which are not included in the inventory.

    That means Israelis have the capability to strike every major city in the world with a nuclear weapon at least 10 times deadlier than the Hiroshima bomb. Of course, they cannot reach every target by conventional means [bomber planes, submarines and missiles.]

    How do they reach distant targets?

    Some of the Israeli WMD are mini nukes [suitcase bombs,] which the terrorist state most probably has already positioned around the globe ready to go off at a moment’s notice.

    Why would they destroy most of the rest of the world? Because they are commanded by their god [sic] to do so.

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