paris - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took a big hit on Sunday in the French capital Paris to Iran and Turkey. He also said that the sooner the Palestinians accept the reality that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, the sooner there will be peace.
Netanyahu strongly criticized Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who this weekend called Israel a 'terrorist state'. Netanyahu said he was not accustomed to being taught 'about the morality of a leader who bombs Kurdish villages in his own Turkey, who imprisons journalists, helps Iran avoid international sanctions and helps terrorists, including in Gaza, to kill innocent people. '
In addition, Netanyahu said he did not tolerate Iran trying to establish military bases in Syria with the aim of destroying Israel.
The Israeli Prime Minister spoke at a press conference in the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron, to whom he is visiting.
Macron has condemned all threats to the address of Israel. But also said the decision of the United States to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel to condemn.
Macron urged Netanyahu to 'give peace a chance' and 'make a gesture towards the Palestinians. 'As a possible guide he called the shutdown of the construction of settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories.