The Israeli Foreign Minister on Monday called on Israeli citizens in Turkey to leave the country “as soon as possible” for fear of Iranian attacks.
“In the wake of recent terrorist attacks on Israelis on holiday in Istanbul in recent weeks, we urge Israelis not to fly to Istanbul.
The attacks would have been thwarted due to cooperation between the Israeli and Turkish security services, and the two countries have strengthened their ties in recent months. Referring to the “real and immediate danger of assassination and kidnapping,” the foreign minister pointed out that “the lives of many Israelis have been saved.” “I want to thank the Turkish government for its efforts to save the lives of Israeli citizens,” he said.
Enemy number one
Also, speaking to Iran, he said, “Those who harm the Israelis will pay the price and we will hunt them down wherever they are.” Israel, which sees Iran as its number one enemy, opposes the revival of the 2015 international agreement. On Iranian nuclear power. This text should prevent the Islamic Republic from acquiring a nuclear bomb in exchange for lifting the sanctions that are suffocating its economy.
Israel, considered by experts to be the only nuclear power in the Middle East, fears, among other things, that the deal could fill Iran’s coffers. According to Israeli officials, the country could increase its support for regional allies such as the Lebanese Hezbollah or Palestinian Hamas, the enemies of the Jewish state.
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