Turkish PM Erdogan slams Israel for alleged strike

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February 3, 2013 17:22

 
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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday condemned the alleged Israeli strike in Syria, while at the same time questioning Iran's involvement in the Syrian crisis, Turkish daily Hürriyet reported.

"Those who treated the Israeli government like a spoiled child should know that history will not forgive Israel’s state structure," he said.While slamming Israel for the strike, Erdogan also noted that Iran should first of all "reconsider its attitude against Syria."



"What is Iran doing about Syria? While considering the acts of Israel, Iran at the same time needs to allow for common steps to be taken in the region," he added.

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