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FM Katz summons Turkish deputy ambassador after Erdogan vows to ‘send Netanyahu to Allah’

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Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz summons Turkey’s deputy ambassador to Israel for a reprimand after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed to “send [Netanyahu] to Allah to take care of him, make him miserable and curse him,” during an election rally yesterday.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan © X

Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz summons Turkey’s deputy ambassador to Israel for a reprimand after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed to “send [Netanyahu] to Allah to take care of him, make him miserable and curse him,” during an election rally yesterday.

The purpose of the summons, Katz writes on X, is to “convey a clear message to Erdogan.”

“You, who support the baby-burners, murderers, rapists and mutilators of Hamas criminals, are the last ones who can speak about God,” Katz continues. “There is no God who will listen to those who support the atrocities and crimes against humanity committed by your barbaric friends from Hamas.”

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