Prominent Terror-Supporting Palestinian Sheikh Meets with Erdoğan in Turkey
Nadav Segal from the Arab Desk of the Zionist watchdog group Im Tirtzu said that the meeting indicated Erdoğan’s goal is to increase his involvement in Jerusalem.
By Eytan Meir. Im Tirtzu
Sheikh Ekrima Sa’id Sabri, head of the Palestinian Supreme Islamic Council and former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, met on Wednesday with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan at the president’s official residence in Ankara.
Sabri, who currently serves as the leading preacher at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, is renowned for his radical views, including Holocaust denial and public support of terrorism against Israel.
During the meeting, Erdoğan stressed that Turkey has an obligation to help the Palestinians.
“It is Turkey’s role to remove the oppression from those who are oppressed, and that first and foremost is the Palestinian people,” said Erdoğan, according to Arabic media.
Nadav Segal from the Arab Desk of the Zionist watchdog group Im Tirtzu, which first reported the meeting to Israeli media, said that the meeting indicated Erdoğan’s goal is to increase his involvement in Jerusalem.
“This meeting shows the considerable importance that Erdoğan places on this issue, and how he has chosen to strengthen ties with radical pro-terror actors as a tactical method to advance his goals,” said Segal.
Segal emphasized: “Israel must dedicate adequate attention and resources to this matter, whether in research, legislation, or diplomatic activity aimed at securing Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem and over the Temple Mount.”
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