“One day those pharoes will face a Moses who would end the tyranny”
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized Western world saying “if the West does not take serious steps, democracy throughout the world would be questioned,” during a press conference held at Ankara Esenboga Airport before his departure for Turkmenistan. Erdogan appeared before a crew of newsmen and evaluated the latest developments in Egypt.
“Those who remain silent and indifferent to the massacre in Egypt, are among the culprits” Prime Minister Erdogan said and urged Western world to react against the bloodiest massacre in Egypt since the military coup staged against democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi.
Turkish PM Erdogan called yesterday’s incidents as massacre that claimed the lives of many hundreds of people and said it was the result of the military coup.
“Coup makers massacred those who wanted their votes to count in a democracy. The West never said that was a coup although they were confessing it was a coup in our private talks”, Erdogan said.
Erdogan also said : “Those who resisted against the military coup in Egypt, did not resort to violence, did not use weapons. “The Egyptian people will gain their rights sooner or later. One day those pharoes will face a Moses who would end the tyranny”, Erdogan also added.
Criticizing those who were responsible of yesterday’s massacre Turkish PM Erdogan said “Those who committed this massacre should stand trial in a fair and transparent way”.
Egyptian official figure for the death toll during yesterday’s massacre stands at 278 but the number announced by organizers of the sit-in that security forces brutally dispersed is as high as 2,600.