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Turkey urges Islamic world to unite against Israel, calls summit

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Turkey has urged Islamic countries to review their ties with Israel after dozens of Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire on the Gaza border.

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told his ruling party in parliament that Ankara would call an extraordinary summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

"Islamic countries should without fail review their relations with Israel," Premier Yildirim said, adding, “The Islamic world should move as one, with one voice, against this massacre."

Yildirim said that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who currently holds the rotating chairmanship of the body, called the OIC summit on Friday.

Yildirim said that after the summit at 3:00 pm a giant rally would be held at the vast Yenikapi meeting area in Istanbul under the slogan of "Stop the Oppression" to express solidarity with the Palestinians.

"This has nothing to do with party politics. This is to show solidarity, brotherhood and togetherness," he said.

http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2018/05/15/561820/Turkey-OIC--Binali-Yildirim--Recep-Tayyip-Erdogan

No matter how you cut it, If you look at what's happening with small movements like turkish consul being expelled among other things and it seems like this is how it would start... Small break aways in relations... Then more and more tiny nibbles of the same before someone takes a big bite! :(

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Ezekiel 38. Let them do it. Heavenly Father is going to wreck them so severely. Praise Father and Lord Jesus and Lord Holy Spirit. Maybe it will all go down at once. Exciting time to be alive.

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29 minutes ago, Ukshep said:

Turkey has urged Islamic countries to review their ties with Israel after dozens of Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire on the Gaza border.

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told his ruling party in parliament that Ankara would call an extraordinary summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

"Islamic countries should without fail review their relations with Israel," Premier Yildirim said, adding, “The Islamic world should move as one, with one voice, against this massacre."

Yildirim said that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who currently holds the rotating chairmanship of the body, called the OIC summit on Friday.

Yildirim said that after the summit at 3:00 pm a giant rally would be held at the vast Yenikapi meeting area in Istanbul under the slogan of "Stop the Oppression" to express solidarity with the Palestinians.

"This has nothing to do with party politics. This is to show solidarity, brotherhood and togetherness," he said.

http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2018/05/15/561820/Turkey-OIC--Binali-Yildirim--Recep-Tayyip-Erdogan

No matter how you cut it, If you look at what's happening with small movements like turkish consul being expelled among other things and it seems like this is how it would start... Small break aways in relations... Then more and more tiny nibbles of the same before someone takes a big bite! :(

I thought we were allies with Turkey?  What the hell is going on!!

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2 hours ago, Therin said:

I had a feeling he was/is gonna be a problem for us.

Erdogan is Donald Trump of the Muslim world. Scumbag trying to be a hero. But well if he can erase some Israeli scum, then why not?

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