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Clashes deepen between Turkey and France, Erdogan: Islamophobia in the West is growing, the old tradition is returning

Clashes deepen between Turkey and France, Erdogan: Islamophobia in the West is

The latest event between Turkey and France and the clash of the two countries' leaders has attracted international attention. The Turkish president has said that Islamophobia in Europe has reached levels comparable to the treatment of Jews before World War II. Yesterday he declared that across the European continent, Muslims are facing attacks. He further asked for the help of the Turkish population to react against these injustices against the Muslim brothers, by boycotting the goods and products which are imported from France. "Rising Islamophobia in the West has become a complete attack on our book, our prophet and everything we consider sacred. Displacement, inquisitions and genocides against members of different religions is not a practice that is foreign to Europe. "The crimes against humanity committed against Jews 80 years ago, the actions against our Bosnian brothers and sisters in Srebrenica only 25 years ago are still in our memory," he continued. Meanwhile, on Saturday, Erdogan made a strong statement regarding President Macron's mental health. Erdogan said Macron has a problem with Muslims and that he needs a mental check. "France's first man is lost. He keeps talking about Erdogan all day. Look at yourself first and where you are going. "I said yesterday in Kayseri that this is the case and that it really needs to be controlled," Erdogan said in Malatya. Meanwhile, in response to this statement, France withdrew the ambassador from Ankara. "Rudeness is not a method. We demand that Erdogan change the course of his policy because it is dangerous in every way.

Germany against Erdogan

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas condemned the Turkish president's statements about Emmanuel Macron. "Erdogan's personal attacks on Macron are unacceptable," Maas said. The Minister confirmed that Berlin has shown solidarity with France on the issue of the fight against terrorism and Islamic extremism. At the same time, Maas asserted that this is not about millions of law-abiding Muslims living in Europe but about violent and murderous extremists. "It would play into the hands of those who want to divide our society. "We will not accept it."

Erdogan addresses the US

Recep Tayyip Erdogan challenged the United States to impose sanctions on Turkey while also launching a second personal attack on French President Emmanuel Macron. Speaking a day after suggesting to the French head of state that he needed mental health treatment because of his views on Islam and radical Muslims, Erdogan expanded the range of criticism. "Whatever your sanctions, do not delay them," Erdogan said, referring to US warnings to Turkey not to get directly involved in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, where Ankara backs Azerbaijan against ethnic Armenian forces. "We intervened for the F-35, you threatened us," Erdogan told a ruling party congress televised in the eastern city of Malatya. "You said: Send the S-400 back to Russia. We are not a tribal state. "We are Turkey." The dispute over the S-400, which NATO says poses a threat to the military alliance and particularly jeopardizes the F-35's technical secrets, is among a number of recent disputes between Turkey and some of its NATO allies. France has called on Middle Eastern countries to end calls for a boycott of their goods. French products have been removed from several stores in Kuwait, Jordan and Qatar in protest of Macron's stances. Numerous protests have already taken place in Libya, Syria and the Gaza Strip. France has called on Middle Eastern countries to end calls for a boycott of their goods. French products have been removed from several stores in Kuwait, Jordan and Qatar in protest of Macron's stances. Numerous protests have already taken place in Libya, Syria and the Gaza Strip. France has called on Middle Eastern countries to end calls for a boycott of their goods. French products have been removed from several stores in Kuwait, Jordan and Qatar in protest of Macron's stances. Numerous protests have already taken place in Libya, Syria and the Gaza Strip.