On October 30, both Washington and Tel Aviv saw their bad dream comes true when they learned that the Turkish National Security Council (MGK) has revised its list of ‘State Terrorism” in the Middle East. MGK has added Israel’s name as the one of Turkey’s “enemy”. The ‘Red Book’, known by its code name and revised after every five years- has cited the Zionist entity’s “actions and policies” as root of regional political and military conflicts.
The document cited events like pushing the US to attack Islamic Republic for later’s civilian nuclear program, in order to maintain Israel’s ‘Bully poster’ in the Middle East; Israel’s fabrication of phony allegation against Hizbullah (Rafik Hariri’s assassination) to invade Lebanon in order to destroy Lebanese Islamic Resistance, Hizbullah, which humiliated the Jewish Army in 2000 and 2006; the genocidal attack on Gaza Strip in December 2008 – and Israeli killing of nine Turkish aid workers on board Free Gaza Flotilla on May 31, 2010.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has demanded official apology from Tel Aviv for the murders of Turkish citizens which both Israeli PM Benji Natyanhu and FM Avigdor Lieberman refuse to do. Turkey even presented its case to Ben Obama and asked him to condemn the Israeli action – but Obama’s lips are sealed.
As expected of the Zionazi racist regime, its Minister of Tourism Stas Misezhnikov said: “Our citizens have nothing to do in Turkey (except spying and plotting for a regime change in Ankara)”.
The ‘Red book’ has deleted the names of Islamic Republic, Russia, Armenia, Iraq, Greece, Georgia, Bulgaria and Syria as countries posing threat to Turkey’s national security.
And finally, some encouraging words for Israel from Jack Kelley. Writing in the Rapture Notes Kelley said that as per Daniel 11 (the Bible), Turkey and Iran are the ‘King of North’, who want to defeat the Anti-Christ (Israel) to take over Jerusalem, but the Anti-Christ would defeat them both and take up residence in the Lord’s city as if to defy his right to take it. It’s a losing strategy, of course, and the Lord will have him thrown into the lake of fire for it (Rev. 19:20)”.
“You can almost hear the footsteps of the Messiah,” Kelley wrote.
Just imagine Hillary Clinton’s reaction to the above statement had it been made by the Iranian President instead of an American evangelic journalist.