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Thus, Prime Minister Erdogan, while championing the Islamic cause, being hailed as “the new hero of the Islamic world,” must keep looking over his shoulder lest he find his body thrown into a Turkish ditch.In fact, in all countries dominated by Zionist interests, (ALL Western countries), the leaders who ALL cater to the Zionist cabal, are under constant watch by the Jews.Marine archaeologists made a superb find at the bottom of Turkey’s largest lake – a very well-preserved castle dating back 3,000 years.It was likely built by the mysterious Urartian civilization which inhabited the surrounds of Lake Van during the Iron Age.About 3 to 4 meters (10 to 13 feet) of the wall are visible above the lake bed, but it is not clear how deep the walls go, so detailed excavations need to be carried out on the newly-discovered castle to learn more.Archaeologists believe the castle was built by the Urartians, a mysterious civilization that existed in what is now Eastern Turkey, Iran and the modern Armenian Republic, from around the 13 century BC.
The current Commander of the Turkish Armed Forces is General Ilker Basbug, a “Crypto Jew.” His visit to Jerusalem in 2008 attests to Basbug’s Jewish loyalties.
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One phone call to top Turkish officials threatening a terrorist attack—perhaps an “Iranian-placed” bomb at Erdogan’s home—is all the Israelis need with their Mossad moles in key government places to quell a Turkish backlash against Israel.
Erdogan, who initially threatened to attach an escort of Turkish warships to accompany the Gaza-bound Rachel Corrie Ship, never made good on his threat.
Instead, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutogu, standing in front of a portrait of secular Turkey’s founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, (a Jew of Sephardic origin), announced that “calm must replace anger,” and that Turkey “is ready to normalize relations with Israel.” Doing his best to placate the Zionist forces that Turkey is beholden to, Davutogu added: “The security of families of Israeli diplomats in Turkey is our nation’s honor.
The recent finding of the underwater fortifications was made by a team of researchers, including Tahsin Ceylan, an underwater photographer and videographer, diver Cumali Birol, and Mustafa Akkuş, an academic from Van Yüzüncü Yıl University.