Zionist President Ishaq Herzog arrived in Turkey on Wednesday last week after 13 years of apparent severance of ties between Ankara and Tel Aviv.
In this regard, Haitham Abu al-Ghazlan, the secretary general of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement in Lebanon, told Al-Ahd news website that the reception of the Zionist leader in Turkey was strongly condemned.
The Turkish people have always declared their unwavering support for the Palestinian cause, but unfortunately the Turkish government has its own interests and goals and thinks that improving relations with Washington goes through Tel Aviv, but this is a great danger for Ankara.
Trying to restore relations with the enemy under the pretext of the interests of this or that country is a betrayal of Jerusalem and Palestine.
"Qaid al-Ghoul," a member of the political bureau of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (Jabhat al-Shabaab, wrote for Palestine), also said:
Relations between Turkey and Turkey and the Zionist regime have not been severed despite political tensions at various times, and economic, diplomatic and security cooperation has continued.
There is a contradiction in Ankara's policies, the government of which, when associated with the Zionist regime and NATO members in hostile policies against the nations of the region, believes that the gateway to the Arab countries, attracting their nations and influencing their feelings, supporting the cause It is Palestine, and this is what is advertised in the media, but in practice it is done against it.
"Yusuf al-Husaynah," a member of the political office of the Islamic Jihad, also said:
"Israel" is the illegitimate child born of adultery between the Western colonial powers, and any relationship or normalization of relations with this regime is an acceptance of this crime.