"The synergy which will occur when Turkey's operational opportunities and the UK's financial power come together will bring very big benefits to both sides", Erdogan said. We are against the occupiers. "We didn't agree with it but it's a reality now, it won't be our position and we will continue to work for peace in the region". We do not want two states either. We are talking about. those who have been caught red-handed bearing weapons, those who have been killing people.
"Palestinians have the right to protest, but these protests must be peaceful".
Amid growing global condemnation, Israel insisted it had the right to defend its border against a possible mass breach and accused the militant Hamas movement of trying to carry out attacks under the cover of the protests.
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Some 1,360 Palestinians were wounded by gunshots, 130 of whom were in serious or critical condition, the ministry said. South Africa made a decision to withdraw its ambassador to Israel, Sisa Ngombane, with immediate effect on Monday.
Israel fired back Tuesday and asked the Turkish Consul General in Jerusalem to also temporarily leave.
On Tuesday, the ministry made a similar call to Israel's ambassador to Ankara, which got reciprocal response from Israel on the same day.
The row, which on Tuesday saw President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu exchange bitter jibes on Twitter, threatens a 2016 deal to normalise ties after the crisis sparked by the May 2010 deadly storming of a Turkish ship by Israeli commandos.
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Erdogan, who regards himself as a champion of the Palestinian cause, this week has accused Israel of "genocide" and told Netanyahu he is leading an "apartheid state" while having the "blood of Palestinians" on his hands.
"Netanyahu is the PM of an apartheid state that has occupied a defenseless people's lands for 60+ yrs in violation of United Nations resolutions", Erdoğan wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. Turkey does not lose sight of the values it is seeking to defend".May added: "That is why today I have underlined to President Erdoğan that we want to see democratic values and worldwide human rights obligations upheld."But Erdoğan ignored her strictures, saying: "You have to make a distinction between terrorists and journalists". Erdogan hit back, saying Hamas is a "resistance movement".
Netanyahu responded and said: "Erdogan, [who is one of the only political leaders in the world that supports Hamas] obviously doesn't need a lesson from me in how to slaughter innocents and support terrorism".
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