ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — The latest quarrel between the leaders of Turkey and Israel continued for a second day Wednesday as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan labeled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a “thief” and a “tyrant.”
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Netanyahu fired back on Twitter, describing the Turkish president as a “dictator who sends tens of thousands of political opponents to prison, mits genocide against the Kurds, and occupies Northern Cyprus.” Israel and Turkey were “You are a tyrant,” Erdogan said, addressing Netanyahu at the rally. “You are a tyrant who slaughters 7-year-old Palestinian kids.” The Israeli prime minister responded in his tweet. ANKARA, Turkey - The latest quarrel between the leaders of Turkey and Israel continued for a second day Wednesday as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan labeled Prime Minister Benjamin Tags: turkish, israeli, name, calling, Turkish, Israeli name-calling covers tyrant Netanyahu described the Turkish president as a ‘dictar’ mitting ‘genocide against the Kurds’ in response Erdogan calling the PM a ‘thief’ in reference corruption allegations The prime minister responded in his tweet. "It's best that he doesn't get involved with Jerusalem, our capital for 3,000 years," Netanyahu quipped.