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Canada Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the pyromaniac sultan

12:45  26 october  2020
12:45  26 october  2020 Source:   lemonde.fr

Trudeau talks Nagorno-Karabakh war with Armenian, Turkish leaders, calls for dialogue

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That will give President Recep Tayyip Erdogan powers that no democratically elected leader of Turkey has ever had. On July 9, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will take his oath of office in parliament. Turkey will thus officially move from a parliamentary system to a presidential system.

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was born 26 February 1954 and is the 12th and current President of Turkey as of 2014. On Friday, Breaking Israel News reported on a 120-year-old Jewish source that predicted that following a lunar eclipse in the Hebrew month of Tammuz, a “ sultan ” would die suddenly.

Editorial. In the face of the Turkish president's rant against his French counterpart amid tensions between the two countries on several geopolitical fronts, it is important that solidarity with Paris is expressed.

Editorial of the "World". As if he didn't have enough seizures on his hands, Recep Tayyip Erdogan just added another. By violently criticizing the French president, Emmanuel Macron, to whom he recommended, on two occasions, Saturday 24 October and Sunday 25, to have his mental health examined, the Turkish head of state lit a new fire in a landscape already fairly incandescent, largely because of his initiatives.

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Recep Tayyip Erdogan has never made any bones about his Islamic piety. He was raised in an observant family in Istanbul and his faith was reinforced at religious high school, and he brought it into his first experiment in politics, as a prominent young member of the Islamist National Salvation Party.

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Erdogan attacks Macron, Paris denounces Turkey's "hate propaganda"

Relations between Paris and Ankara, strained for more than a year due to differences over Syria and Libya, where Turkey is militarily involved , have deteriorated in recent months with regard to the activity of the Turkish navy in the eastern Mediterranean, in particular in Greek and Cypriot territorial waters. Today, it is the French policy of fight against radical Islam and the speech of President Macron during the national tribute to Samuel Paty, professor of history and geography beheaded, on October 16, by an Islamist terrorist, who are in the sights of President Erdogan.

In reaction to the "rudeness" of the latter, France recalled its ambassador to Ankara for consultation and Mr. Macron reiterated his position on Sunday evening: "Nothing will make us back down, ever", he insisted on Twitter, while calls to boycott French products were launched in certain Gulf countries.

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 Call for a boycott in the Arab world after Macron's words on Islamic separatism © AHMED HAGAGY BOYCOTT OF FRENCH PRODUCTS IN KUWAIT BECAUSE OF CARICATURES Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan again attacked his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, whose recent comments on Islam have sparked criticism, demonstrations and even calls for a boycott of French products in the Muslim world.

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What is the Turkish president looking for? First of all, to increase the number of conflicts abroad and thus appear to his fellow citizens as the architect of a new Ottoman power, while its economy is in bad shape, the Turkish currency, the pound, collapses and its cultural revolution project stalls. The only level that does not drop is that of repression. After Syria, Libya, Iraq and the Eastern Mediterranean, Turkey is now pushing its pawns in the Caucasus by supporting Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh war. Taking advantage of the passivity of the United States of Donald Trump, who has never made a secret of his sympathy for the Turkish autocrat, Ankara has also just carried out a test of the S-400 air defense missiles he bought from Russia, in violation of all the practices of NATO, of which Turkey is a member.

Erdogan and Macron: Escalation in the "war of words" over the Mohammed caricatures

 Erdogan and Macron: Escalation in the The Turkish President is deliberately heating up the cartoon dispute with Paris. But the conflict is not inconvenient for France's head of state either. An analysis. © Photo: dpa A child holds a photo of French President Emmanuel Macron with a shoe print in the camera in Istanbul. It is an old political wisdom: When politicians identify the political opponent on the outside, this also offers them an opportunity to divert attention from problems in domestic politics.

The centrepiece of Recep Tayyip Erdogan ’s politics has been his vision for the ‘New Turkey’. Although a vague concept, Erdogan has claimed it refers to a democratic Turkey free from military coups. In hindsight, a more accurate description might be the upturning of the past centres of power in.

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In competition with Saudi Arabia

Recep Tayyip Erdogan is also driven by the desire to appear as the main defender of the Muslim world, by criticizing the treatment of Islam in the countries of the European Union - while silencing the one targeted by the Uighurs in China. It competes with Saudi Arabia. He will not go so far as to call for a boycott of French products, but he is attacking its president.

Finally, this new offensive by the Turkish leader betrays his frustration with the bill being prepared in Paris on Islamist separatism, which should deprive Turkey of its main lever on Islam in France, that of Turkish imams and Turkish language teachers in public schools.

Why the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, violently attacks Emmanuel Macron

The fact remains that France, voluntarily mounted on the front line in the Eastern Mediterranean, must not remain alone in facing the adventurism of the Turkish president. Solidarity with Paris in this new episode, expressly expressed on Sunday by the leaders of the EU institutions, is important. That of the heads of state and government of the member states, in particular of Germany, would also be welcome, as would the stronger positions taken by NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, in the face of abuses Ankara within this organization.

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The terrorists probably used the last hours when the bars in Vienna were open. The motive for the attack was possibly the Mohammed cartoons. © Photo: Roland Schlager / dpa stop in Vienna. Police are trying to stop the terrorist attack in the Austrian capital on Monday evening. The attackers in Vienna apparently struck specifically on Monday evening.

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