“The West’s hypocrisy is obvious. As Muslims, we’ve never taken part in terrorist massacres. Behind these lie racism, hatespeech and Islamophobia,” Recep Tayyip Erdogan, President of Turkey said on January 11 while sending his condolence to French president Francois Hollande on Paris terrorist attacks.
While Turkey’s prime minister Ahmet Davutoglo, PhD, attended the anti-Muslim PR rally in Paris on Sunday, the longtime (since 1994) Mayor of Turkey’s capital Ankara Ibrahim Melih Goksek, 66, has accused Israeli Mossad of masterminding last week terror attacks in Paris which left 17 people dead including a Muslim police officer.
Goksek claimed that Mossad carried out attacks on the notorious satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo office and Kosher Grocery store in retaliation for French support for Palestinian cause.
Golsek also claimed that in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks, nearly 50 mosques have been vandalized and hundreds of French Muslims have been, arrested or beaten-up, which benefits Israeli agenda of turning European against Palestinian cause.
Gokçek made the statement while addressing the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) Gölbaşı youth branch fourth ordinary district congress on Sunday. He said the Zionist entity was annoyed with the lower house of French parliament for voting for the recognition of a Palestinian state and with France’s vote in favor of Jordanian resolution at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) calling for the same recognition.
Goksek earned the title of “Jew hater” longtime ago. He had called for the closure of Israeli embassy in his city, calling it a house of child killers – and had blamed American Jewish Lobby for the anti-government protests in Istanbul’s Gezi Park.
French president Hollande called on Israeli prime minister Netanyahu not to attend Paris’ “We’re all Charlis” rally in Paris – but Netanyahu could not missed this golden opportunity provided by Mossad to slam Muslims and the European governments who are lining up to recognize Palestinian state. He elbowed the crowed to be in the front row. Israeli daily Ha’aretz described the scene on January 12, 2015.
“Just as you can sometimes identify Israeli tourists abroad by their loud voices, poor manners and gauche behavior, none of the hundreds of millions of people around the world who watched Sunday’s Paris rally on television had any problem locating Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: smack in the middle of world leaders at the front of the marchers,” Yossi Verter said.
In the meantime, three pro-western Turkish satire magazines – Leman, Penguen and Ukyusuz have published a common cover that read “Je Suis Charlie” (We’re all Charlie) in support of the anti-Islam French magazine.
Turkey is home to over 130,000 Jews and hundreds of thousands of Crypto Jews posing as Muslim secularists and Liberals. During Ottoman empire, Jews constructed many beautiful synagogues in several cities.