2021 Israeli-Palestinian Crisis is the latest manifestation of Israel’s unilateral policies that is now characterized as an apartheid regime. Years of chronic conflict, repression, and injustices culminated into the total marginalization of Palestinian people, absolute lack of respect for their self-determination right, and near-complete occupation of their homeland by militaristic and settlement campaigns.
In my last post, I discussed the reasons behind Erdogan’s popularity in the Arab World by focusing on anti-Americanism and religious party support. In this post, I am looking at Palestine as an element of Turkish foreign policy.
In a recent Arab Pulse post, Abdul-Wahab Kayyali has pointed to Erdogan’s popularity in the Arab World relative to Mohammad Bin Salman and Ali Khamenei. Kayyali’s post relies on data from the sixth wave of the 👉 Arab Barometer, which is being fielded as of Spring 2021.