According to the report of Fars International News Agency, informed media sources announced today (Thursday, November 10) that Turkey has opposed the request of the Zionist regime to reject and expel the leaders of the Hamas movement and all active people affiliated with this Palestinian movement.
The Israeli website “i24” quoted the English website “Middle East Eye” and wrote: Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu emphasized during the parliament session last Tuesday that Turkey refused to implement Israel’s demands to deport Hamas leaders living in the country during bilateral negotiations.
According to this report, in response to the questions of the members of parliament, he clarified: Ankara does not consider Hamas a terrorist organization and rejects the expulsion of its leaders and members from Turkey.
The Turkish Foreign Minister said: We did not respond to any of Israel’s requests regarding Hamas because we do not see Hamas as a terrorist movement.
According to the Hebrew newspaper Yediot Aharonot, it was late last October that Israel’s War Minister Benny Gantz, during his trip to Ankara, asked Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to deport the leaders of Hamas living in the country.
This trip took place two months after the full resumption of diplomatic relations between Ankara and Tel Aviv after years of tension and crisis. From 2020, the Zionist authorities want Turkey to take concrete decisions and steps regarding the presence of Hamas forces in this country, which is opposed by Ankara.
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