BismillahirRahmanirRahim

The interpreter is inaccurate and weak, yet we get the message. Mashallah!

Moderator: There was a heated debate here. This is a discussion that can last for hours. We are already out of time.

Erdoğan: One minute.

Moderator: Mr. Prime Minister, well, you know

Erdoğan: One minute, one minute! No! One minute.

Moderator: Ok, but I want you not to speak more than one minute.

Erdoğan: Mr. Peres, you are older than me. Your voice is very loud. I know that you are speaking aloud because of the requirement of a sense of guilt. My voice will not be that loud. About murdering, you know killing very well. I am well aware how you murdered children on beaches. Two former prime ministers of your country had important sayings to me. You have former prime ministers who say When I entered Palestine on tanks, I feel more and more pleased. I can give their names. Maybe some of you wonder. Besides, I condemn those of you who applaud this persecution. Because applauding these killers who murdered those children, who massacred those people is, I believe, also another crime committed against humanity. Look, we cannot disregard a reality here. Here, I jotted down a lot of notes, but I dont have time to answer all of them. But, I will say you only two things:

Moderator: Excuse me Prime Minister, we cant start the debate again.

Erdoğan: Excuse me. First … excuse me, do NOT interrupt me!… First, The Old Testament says in the 6th commandment: “You shall not kill!” But there is murder here. Second, this is also very interesting. Gilad Atzmon, a Jewish himself, says: Israeli barbarity is far beyond even the cruelty. Besides, Avi Shlaim, Professor of Oxford who performed his military duty in Israeli army, says in the Guardian the following:

Moderator: Prime Minister, Prime Minister. I wanna ask to our host.

Erdoğan: Israel became a gangster state. (to the moderator) I thank you, too. For me … Davos is done for me from now on. I will never come to Davos again. You shall all know this in this way. You are not letting us speak. (Showing Peres) He spoke for 25 minutes, but you let me speak 12 minutes. No way!

Turkey’s prime minister has returned home from the World Economic Forum in Davos to a warm welcome after he stormed out of a debate over Israel’s war on the Gaza Strip.

More than 5,000 people, many waving Palestinian and Turkish flags, greeted Recep Tayyip Erdogan after his aeroplane touched down early on Friday.

Erdogan walked out of a televised debate on Thursday with Shimon Peres, the Israeli president, after the moderator refused to allow him to rebut Peres’ justification about the war.

Before storming out, Erdogan told Shimon Peres, the Israeli president: “You are killing people.”

At least 1,300 Palestinians were killed and 6000 plus injured during Israel’s 22-day aerial, naval and ground assault on Gaza. Thirteen Israeli citizens, mostly soldiers,  died over the same period.