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Turkey Hosts Hamas Leaders
By Micah Halpern

Sunday August 23, 2020

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Turkish President Erdogan hosted a full delegation from Hamas.

Thatís unnerving, but not supporting. Turkey supports Hamas financially and politically. And Turkey has even granted citizenship to many Hamas leaders.
Present at the meeting were Hamas leader Ismayel Hanyieh as well as Hamas military wing founder Saleh al-Arouri - who is wanted by the U.S. government.
Also there were the head of Hamas' foreign branch Maher Salah and the group's representative in Turkey, Jihad Yaghmor.

The group went to Turkey to report on the Palestinian situation. The two main topics discussed were Israelís plan to annex the West Bank and the UAE / Israel peace accord. Interestingly, the Palestinians are still burning about the Israel annexation plan despite the fact that it was shelved by the UAE accord.

Turkey, together with Iran, Hamas and the PA, are among the very few voices to have publicly condemned the UAE Israel agreement.

Turkey has become a sponsor of terror. They have moved into a position parallel to Iran in joining forces with those who oppose the West, especially the US and Israel.

This meeting is just another example of that behavior.

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25 August 2020 09:48 AM in Thoughts

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