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    Netanyahu responds to Erdogan and denies Israel's intervention in the Kurdistan referendum

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    Netanyahu responds to Erdogan and denies Israel's intervention in the Kurdistan referendum Empty Netanyahu responds to Erdogan and denies Israel's intervention in the Kurdistan referendum

    Post by Rocky Mon 02 Oct 2017, 3:08 am

    Netanyahu responds to Erdogan and denies Israel's intervention in the Kurdistan referendum
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    Netanyahu responds to Erdogan and denies Israel's intervention in the Kurdistan referendum 20171001_094949-774Netanyahu responds to Erdogan and denies Israel's intervention in the Kurdistan referendum


    Baghdad / Sky Press

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has denied Turkey's claims that Israel secretly intervened in support of a referendum organized by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) on independence from Iraq. 
    During his weekly cabinet meeting, Netanyahu expressed Israel's sympathy with the Kurdish people. 
    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the Mossad had played a role in the September 25 referendum in Kurdistan. 
    The Turkish president cited the lifting of Israeli flags in Kurdistan during the celebrations that followed the announcement of the result of the referendum, which said "yes" to the separation from Iraq by an overwhelming majority. 
    "This shows one thing: this administration has a history with the Mossad, they are cooperating with them," Erdogan said in a televised address. 
    The Israeli Prime Minister noted that Turkey supports Hamas in Gaza before denying Erdogan's charge.
    "I can understand why those who support Hamas want to throw the blame on Mossad whenever things are not in its favor," Netanyahu said. 
    "But Israel has played no role in the referendum of Kurdistan, except for the deep, natural and long-term solidarity of the Jewish people with the people of Kurdistan and its aspirations." 
    Israel was the only country to publicly support the Kurds, as Netanyahu supported "the legitimate efforts of the people of Kurdistan in order to obtain a state of their own." 
    Turkey strongly opposes the desire of the Kurdistan region to become an independent state and threatened to impose sanctions on it, fearing that the Turkish Kurds will demand a lot of the same rights.





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