President Erdogan threatens to get involved in Israel warTurkey's president appears to have threatened to intervene in Gaza in an impassioned speech at a pro-Palestine rally this evening. Recep Tayyip Erdogan delivered a speech to a rally this afternoon in which he told attendees Israel was responsible for war crimes, and framed Hamas as "freedom fighters". In comments that have prompted Israeli outcry, and led the country to withdraw its diplomatic presence, president Erdogan suggested assaults on Gaza constituted a "massacre". Mr Erdogan addressed hundreds of thousands of people todayExperience the Express like never before Advert-free experience without interruptions. He claimed that Israel "has been openly committing war crimes for 22 days", as he alleged a "similar mentality" was being shown to the Axis members during World War Two.