In a wide-ranging speech, Erdogan encouraged Muslim unity as a force to defeat the 'occupation of Jerusalem, the violation of the rights of the folks in Palestine.'
Erdogan’s attack on Israel and the US is his way of shifting attention away from his many political problems.
"We will work for the annulment of this unjust decision firstly at the UN Security Council, and if a veto comes from there, the General Assembly," Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said.
FM Cavusoglu: "Some countries are very timid about the US."
"The ones who made Jerusalem a dungeon for Muslims and members of other religions will never be able to clean the blood from their hands," he said in a speech in Ankara.
“I am not used to receiving lectures about morality from the leader who bombs Kurdish villagers in his native Turkey, who jails journalists, who helps Iran go around international sanctions..."
Naftali Bennett responds: There will always be those who criticize, but at the end of the day it is better to have a united Jerusalem than Erdogan's sympathy.
Netanyahu also said that Israel had “no involvement in the Kurdish referendum except for supporting their aspirations.”
Israel is the only nation to publicly support the Kurdish independence referendum.
Lapid also said that Israel needs to give up the idea of a gas pipeline to Turkey.