Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan today (April 1, 2018) accused Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of being a "terrorist," and Israel of being a "terrorist state" after 16 Gazans were killed on March 30 in the Hamas-driven "Great March of Terror" along the Gaza border, according to the Jewish Press website.
IDF (Israel Defense Forces) spokesperson Ronen Manelis pointed out that military personnel faced a "violent, terrorist demonstration at six points" along the Israel-Gaza border.
In response to Erdogan's epithets, Netanyahu blasted the Turkish leader, saying, "The most moral army in the world will not be preached to by someone who for years has indiscriminately bombed civilian populations. Apparently this is the way they mark April Fool's Day in Ankara."
At least 10 known terrorists with track records of terrorist activity were killed while carrying out acts of terror during the violent riots along the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip on March 30,2018.