Turkish Islamist Leader Mocks Netanyahu as Israeli Deep State Sabotages Upcoming Election

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is an unabashed Islamist who loves gloating to Westerners that they will be inevitably taken over by the ongoing Islamic invasion of the third-world.

“The place in which you are living and working is now your homeland and new motherland. Stake a claim to it. Open more businesses, enroll your children in better schools, make your family live in better neighborhoods, drive the best cars, live in the most beautiful houses,” Erdogan said to the Muslim “migrants” of Europe two years ago.

Sensing blood in the water, Erdogan is gloating once more. This time, he is kicking sand in the face of his primary political rival, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Netanyahu is facing a host of specious, conveniently-timed charges before next month’s general election where he faces a credible challenger in a race currently considered as a coin flip.

“Hey Netanyahu, behave yourself. You are a tyrant, you are a tyrant who massacred seven-year-old Palestinian children,” Erdogan said to a group of supporters gathered in Ankara, the Turkish capital.

“Do not provoke. Look, we have not oppressed any of the Jews in this country. We have not done anything you did to any synagogues here. Don’t provoke us. We will not fall into this trap,” Erdogan added.

The embattled Netanyahu did not take these insulting remarks from Muslim despot laying down.

“Turkey’s dictator Erdogan attacks Israel’s democracy while Turkish journalists and judges fill his prisons,” Netanyahu said in a public statement. “What a joke!”

This is not the first time that Erdogan and Netanyahu have exchanged unpleasantries. They often take to social media to lob insults at one another.

Despite Netanyahu feeling the heat like never before, he refuses to waver in his commitment to the Jewish people. He refuses to budge or moderate his firm nationalist positions regardless of what the political consequences may or may not be.

“Israel is not a state of all its citizens,” Netanyahu wrote in response to the whines of left-wing Israeli actor, Rotem Sela. “According to the basic nationality law we passed, Israel is the nation-state of the Jewish people – and only it.”

If every Western nation had a leader as strong-willed in the defense of their people as Netanyahu, there would be no crisis of globalism shaking the planet. The election to crown the next Prime Minister of Israel takes place on April 9, and the fate of the Jewish state may hang entirely in the balance of the result.

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