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“YOU KILLED GREEKS AND ARMENIANS”: Netanyahu’s new attack on Turkey

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"YOU KILLED GREEKS AND ARMENIANS": Netanyahu's new attack on Turkey - GEOPOLITIKI.COM

Yair Netanyahu, the son of the Prime Minister of Israel, posted a series of tweets today against Turkey and in favour of Greece.

Yair Netanyahu wrote on his Twitter account:

“To all the Turkish bots that follow me here – a quick history lesson. You are not native to Anatolia, you came from Central Asia and committed genocide on the local Greek Christian population; Istanbul is in fact Constantinople and you captured it illegally.

You also committed genocide on the Armenians. At the moment you have illegally occupied northern Cyprus, northern Syria and Kurdistan. Your country is run by a dictator who wants to occupy and oppress the Arab world as in the days of the Ottoman Empire.”

It is recalled that Yair Netanyahu a few days ago had made yet another post on his account in which he called for an end to the occupation of Kurdistan and Northern Cyprus.

Source: NEMESISHD.GR

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