​​​​​​​Egyptian journalist: Erdogan's crimes to end in International Criminal Court

The editor-in-chief of the Egyptian newspaper Al-Fajr, Dr. Mustafa Thabet, said that Turkey's theft of the shipment of respirators on its way from China to Spain is no stranger to the Turkish regime, which is  used to bully and its president, who in all human sense is going against the wall in order to carry out his destructive plans.

"The Turkish robbery of the health equipment  headed to Madrid reflects Erdogan's inhumane practices, especially since Spain is the second country to suffer from the new Coronavirus outbreak," said Dr. Mustafa Thabet, editor-in-chief of the Egyptian newspaper, Al-Fajr.

"Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan can only be described as a thief who always seeks to take over the rights of others, especially in light of his immoral practices in all cases and his interventions in Syria and Libya to plunder their wealth and destroy their capabilities, pointing out that Erdogan committed the most heinous massacres against humanity," . By killing Syrian children and exterminating Kurds in northern Syria with internationally prohibited weapons, history will continue to be a witness to his heinous acts that will surely lead to his trial before the International Criminal Court as a war criminal."



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