Netanyahu’s statements are “deemed to be nonexistent”


Turkish Justice and Development Party spokesman Omer Celik said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s statements targeting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are “absolutely nonsensical,” and pointed out that Netanyahu committed “the most brutal aggression in history” against civilians in Palestine without any discrimination.

“Netanyahu will be remembered with the hatred he deserves and one day he will be held accountable before the law for the war crimes he committed against humanity and the attempted genocide of Palestinians,” Celik said in a blog post on social media on Thursday.

He added: “The war that Turkey is waging against terrorism is the most legitimate battle in the world and is taking place within the framework of the law. Turkey’s war against terrorism is fully consistent with all the rules of international law. It is a battle against terrorist organizations that are hostile to humanity.”


He stated that “Israel’s occupation of Palestine is the longest in history and includes the most planned and systematic massacres.”

He continued: “While our president addresses the entire world in the name of human values and human conscience, Netanyahu represents all kinds of anti-human actions.”

He stressed that Turkey “will continue its solidarity with innocent children, women, civilians and the elderly in Palestine and will continue to struggle for the Palestinians to obtain their legitimate rights.”

The ongoing Israeli war against the Gaza Strip since last October 7 until Thursday left 21,320 dead and 55,603 injured, most of them children and women, massive destruction of infrastructure and an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe, according to the Strip authorities and the United Nations.