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https://plus.google.com/112043981110620726449 PipoSay Entertainment : Bill Turnbull's Scottish reporting roots - BBC - It is just two weeks until Scotland's referendum on...
Bill Turnbull's Scottish reporting roots - BBC - It is just two weeks until Scotland's referendum on independence, but it is not the first time a vote has been held on the nation's constitutional future. A ballot on the devolution of some powers from London to Edinburgh was held back in 1979. BBC Breakfast's Bill Turnbull was working in Scotland at the time as a young reporter. ... See full article http://www.piposay.com/bullets/nb9tluqo http://ow.ly/2MN7yf
Bill Turnbull's Scottish reporting roots
It is just two weeks until Scotland's referendum on independence, but it is not the first time a vote has been held on the nation's constitutional future. A ballot on the
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https://plus.google.com/112566287445461186731 PipoSay LifeStyle : Bill Turnbull's Scottish reporting roots - BBC - It is just two weeks until Scotland's referendum on...
Bill Turnbull's Scottish reporting roots - BBC - It is just two weeks until Scotland's referendum on independence, but it is not the first time a vote has been held on the nation's constitutional future. A ballot on the devolution of some powers from London to Edinburgh was held back in 1979. BBC Breakfast's Bill Turnbull was working in Scotland at the time as a young reporter. ... See full article http://www.piposay.com/bullets/nb9tluqo http://ow.ly/2MMVzq
Bill Turnbull's Scottish reporting roots
It is just two weeks until Scotland's referendum on independence, but it is not the first time a vote has been held on the nation's constitutional future. A ballot on the
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Denise highlights her curves in a figure-hugging blue dress as she promotes new one-woman show http://goo.gl/xghzUI
She's currently lighting up the West End with her latest theatrical endeavour, Some Girl I Used To Know.
And on Monday morning, #Denise Van Outen, 40, was back on TV as she promoted the new one-woman musical, which recently debuted at London's Arts Theatre.
For her appearance on ITV's Lorraine Live, the blonde beauty showed off her curves in a flattering blue dress from Fearne Cotton's Very range, which featured embroidered patterning throughout
Wearing her wavy locks down with a centre parting, the Essex native was all smiles as she arrived at the London studio teaming her short-sleeved dress with a pair of nude-coloured peep-toe heels.
While going bold with black nail varnish, Denise kept her make-up ligght and natural with a dash of pink lipstick.
After making her appearance, Denise took to her Instagram account to share a shot of herself posing with the show's host, Lorraine Kelly.
According to the show's website, Some Girl I Used to Know features a mix tape of songs from the '80s and '90s.
The romantic comedy stars and is co-written by Denise, the musical theatre favourite acclaimed for her Broadway and West End roles including Tell Me on a Sunday and Chicago.
The show is co-written by Terry Ronald, who penned Dannii Minogue's autobiography My Story and acclaimed novel Becoming Nancy.
Denise has been juggling rehearsals with her daily radio show on Magic FM.
Speaking to BBC Breakfast recently, she said: 'You know what, I had a lot of funny stories from over the years that I wanted to use.
'But it is easier to have that mask and play a character... I can do more with it then, I can elaborate on personal experiences.
'There's definitely a lot of me in it, the emotional side of it, it's quite touching, as much as it's funny.
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https://plus.google.com/106791709438293644550 Mark Porter : #Fibromyalgia sucks, I've been up all night thanks to chronic pain! Ended up watching 'The Thin Red ...
#Fibromyalgia sucks, I've been up all night thanks to chronic pain! Ended up watching 'The Thin Red Line' on TCM from 2.45 - 5.35am, now I'm awaiting BBC Breakfast at 6am. Still in pain & not the slightest bit tired, boy I'm I going to pay for later!

Coffee time!
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https://plus.google.com/115271776794025925512 Monica Costa : Seven weeks ago today my wife and I were celebrating the birth of our daughter Elodiedh. This morning...
Seven weeks ago today my wife and I were celebrating the birth of our daughter Elodiedh. This morning I got up at around 6:30am made my daughter a bottle and myself a cup of tea before we both sat down to watch BBC breakfast news. This has been our…
Should paternity leave be extended to 6 weeks? - London Mums Magazine
I agree with the sentiment from Lib Dem Business and Equalities Minister Jo Swinson that if fathers have six weeks off then they will be "more involved” and I agree that dads should "establish the important role” in their child’s lives but I'm not sure extending paternity leave is the answer.
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https://plus.google.com/118242297867214842432 Jenny Lewis : Susanna Reid’s height is 5ft 4in ( 1.63m ) Susanna Victoria Reid is an English journalist and presenter...
Susanna Reid’s height is 5ft 4in ( 1.63m ) Susanna Victoria Reid is an English journalist and presenter best known as the co-presenter of BBC Breakfast from 2003 until her departure in early 2014. Born: December 10, 1970 , Croydon, United Kingdom Parents:…
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https://plus.google.com/106703229250384738129 Manchester News : Nicholas Owen confirmed as host for 2014 MEN Business of the Year Awards Television presenter Nicholas...
Nicholas Owen confirmed as host for 2014 MEN Business of the Year Awards

Television presenter Nicholas Owen has been confirmed as the host of the 2014 MEN Business of the Year Awards. The news anchor will preside over the event, at Manchester’s Midland Hotel, on November 6. Headline sponsors are advisory firm PwC, recruitment specialist Robert Walters and law firm Hill Dickinson. There are also two category sponsors, which are Bolton School and insurer QBE. There are six categories, which are: young business of the year; companies with a turnover under £10m; companies with a turnover between £10-25m; companies with a turnover between £25-50m; companies with a turnover between £50-100m and companies with a turnover of more than £100m. The guest speaker for the evening is still to be revealed. It is the second year Owen has hosted the awards. He is a presenter with BBC News, appearing on BBC1’s Six O’Clock News, Ten O’Clock News, BBC Breakfast, and its 24-hour news channel. He rejoined in March 2007, having spent more than a decade at ITN, where he hosted all its major bulletins, including the Channel Four News and News at Ten. Owen has also appeared on shows including Strictly Come Dancing, Celebrity Mastermind, The Weakest Link, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, [...]
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https://plus.google.com/102096038410824036886 Tim Atkinson : Supersize Schools rising rolls class size I was asked to comment on this Netmums/LGA survey  for BBC...
Supersize Schools rising rolls class size
I was asked to comment on this Netmums/LGA survey  for BBC Breakfast yesterday. 'As a parent and a former teacher,' they said, 'do you think larger schools and bigger classes are a bad thing?' I probably surprised them by saying 'no'. (That's probably why m...
Supersize Schools rising rolls class size
I was asked to comment on this Netmums/LGA survey for BBC Breakfast yesterday. 'As a parent and a former teacher,' they said, 'do you think larger schools and bigger classes are a bad thing?' I probably surprised them by sayi...
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https://plus.google.com/114878237749429343119 Bohuslav Jonathan Tóth : Media playback is unsupported on your device 18 August 2014 Last updated at 07:53 BST Dozens of actors...
Media playback is unsupported on your device 18 August 2014 Last updated at 07:53 BST Dozens of actors and comedians have given a voice to some of the most famous statues on the streets of London and Manchester. BBC Breakfast’s Graham Satchell has been to…
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https://plus.google.com/105989413578153749499 Mujeed Ahad Muhammad : TURKISH MP QUESTIONS ZIONIST ISRAELI CEASEFIRE MOTIVES + Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel...
TURKISH MP QUESTIONS ZIONIST ISRAELI CEASEFIRE MOTIVES + Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

Israel's failure to open a humanitarian corridor allowing aid and food for the besieged civilians in Gaza means that their willingness to "sincerely" participate in any temporary ceasefire should be questioned, said Turkey's PM and presidential candidate Sunday in an interview with 'Kanal 7' television channel.

*"Israel continuously changes its tone and actually Hamas also does not trust its tactics. You ask to sign a ceasefire agreement on one hand and when we declare ceasefire Israel resumes its attacks", Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.*

"We have asked for a week long temporary ceasefire in Gaza and an air bridge is among the conditions of a ceasefire."

Over a two thousand Palestinians have been killed and more than 6000 others injured in relentless Israeli attacks since July 7.

Erdogan went on to criticize Egypt's President, General Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi for not helping the people of Gaza.

"We do not trust the sincerity of Egypt either because it erects roadblocks instead of helping the Palestinians in Gaza and hinders aid organizations intending to go for humanitarian help in Gaza", he said.

Earlier this month, Erdogan described Egypt's Al-Sisi as a "tyrant".

"I do not consider al-Sisi a democrat, as he alleges. I also don't view him as a president. He is a tyrant, and I have no doubts about this," Erdogan told CNN.

Regarding the 49 Turkish consulate staff detained by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) in the Iraqi city of Mosul six weeks ago Erdogan said, "We are continually monitoring the situation and exerting efforts with all due sensitivity to safely bring our citizens home. The delay and our sensitivity is because of our concerns about the safety of our citizens.

**Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

**In a strongly worded statement, French official Laurent Fabius said Israel's right to security does not trump the 'slaughter of civilians' France has said foreign nations must impose a "political solution" on Israel and Gaza and that the former’s right to security "does not justify" the deaths of Palestinian civilians. France, it appears, has sought to distance itself from the increasing death toll of innocents as the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) leads a charge against Hamas. However, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's words were more potent last night, as he condemned Israel, accusing it of deliberately killing Palestinian mothers and warned that the it would "drown in the blood it sheds."**

He was speaking to thousands of supporters during a rally in Istanbul ahead of a 10 August election.
*"Just like Hitler, who sought to establish a race free of all faults, Israel is chasing after the same target," Mr Erdogan said, according to Reuters.*

**They kill women so that they will not give birth to Palestinians; they kill babies so that they won't grow up; they kill men so they can't defend their country...They will drown in the blood they shed." Today, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius' statement was one of the strongest given by a western European nation.**
He said:
*“How many more deaths will it take to stop what must be called the carnage in Gaza?,” according to English-language French outlet The Local. “The tradition of friendship between Israel and France is an old one and Israel's right to security is total, but this right does not justify the killing of children and the slaughter of civilians.*
That is why we support and demand the establishment of a real ceasefire as proposed by Egypt and why we are ready, as French and Europeans, to contribute to it in a concrete way.
*"It is also why a political solution is essential... and should in my opinion be imposed by the international community.”*
With more than 2,000 Palestinians and 60 Israelis now dead, Mr Fabius’ statement comes amid international outrage at an Israeli attack on a UN school in Gaza on Saturday, which killed 10.
**United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called the assault “a moral outrage and a criminal act” after the victims had taken shelter in the school after taking instructions from the military to leave their homes. He also called on those responsible to be brought to account.**
It was the seventh time a UN shelter has been struck since fighting began in the beginning of July.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stopped short of employing the language used by the UN Secretary General and the French Foreign Minister, instead declaring that Ban Ki-moon had been right to the condemn the strike.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning, he said civilians should not be targeted and called for an “immediate comprehensive humanitarian ceasefire.”

*“We obviously do think it is appalling the loss of life that there has been.*

Militant leader, Daniel Mansour, the commander of the Islamic Jihad group, which is allied with Hamas, has been killed in the Gaza Strip, the group said today.
**A “humanitarian” ceasefire was reportedly beached by Israel minutes after it was called today, following an air strike on a house in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, which killed an eight-year-old girl and wounded 29 others.**







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https://plus.google.com/104752390580856620048 Najeebuddin Ahmed : TURKISH MP QUESTIONS ZIONIST ISRAELI CEASEFIRE MOTIVES + Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel...
TURKISH MP QUESTIONS ZIONIST ISRAELI CEASEFIRE MOTIVES + Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

Israel's failure to open a humanitarian corridor allowing aid and food for the besieged civilians in Gaza means that their willingness to "sincerely" participate in any temporary ceasefire should be questioned, said Turkey's PM and presidential candidate Sunday in an interview with 'Kanal 7' television channel.

*"Israel continuously changes its tone and actually Hamas also does not trust its tactics. You ask to sign a ceasefire agreement on one hand and when we declare ceasefire Israel resumes its attacks", Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.*

"We have asked for a week long temporary ceasefire in Gaza and an air bridge is among the conditions of a ceasefire."

Over a two thousand Palestinians have been killed and more than 6000 others injured in relentless Israeli attacks since July 7.

Erdogan went on to criticize Egypt's President, General Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi for not helping the people of Gaza.

"We do not trust the sincerity of Egypt either because it erects roadblocks instead of helping the Palestinians in Gaza and hinders aid organizations intending to go for humanitarian help in Gaza", he said.

Earlier this month, Erdogan described Egypt's Al-Sisi as a "tyrant".

"I do not consider al-Sisi a democrat, as he alleges. I also don't view him as a president. He is a tyrant, and I have no doubts about this," Erdogan told CNN.

Regarding the 49 Turkish consulate staff detained by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) in the Iraqi city of Mosul six weeks ago Erdogan said, "We are continually monitoring the situation and exerting efforts with all due sensitivity to safely bring our citizens home. The delay and our sensitivity is because of our concerns about the safety of our citizens.

**Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

**In a strongly worded statement, French official Laurent Fabius said Israel's right to security does not trump the 'slaughter of civilians' France has said foreign nations must impose a "political solution" on Israel and Gaza and that the former’s right to security "does not justify" the deaths of Palestinian civilians. France, it appears, has sought to distance itself from the increasing death toll of innocents as the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) leads a charge against Hamas. However, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's words were more potent last night, as he condemned Israel, accusing it of deliberately killing Palestinian mothers and warned that the it would "drown in the blood it sheds."**

He was speaking to thousands of supporters during a rally in Istanbul ahead of a 10 August election.
*"Just like Hitler, who sought to establish a race free of all faults, Israel is chasing after the same target," Mr Erdogan said, according to Reuters.*

**They kill women so that they will not give birth to Palestinians; they kill babies so that they won't grow up; they kill men so they can't defend their country...They will drown in the blood they shed." Today, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius' statement was one of the strongest given by a western European nation.**
He said:
*“How many more deaths will it take to stop what must be called the carnage in Gaza?,” according to English-language French outlet The Local. “The tradition of friendship between Israel and France is an old one and Israel's right to security is total, but this right does not justify the killing of children and the slaughter of civilians.*
That is why we support and demand the establishment of a real ceasefire as proposed by Egypt and why we are ready, as French and Europeans, to contribute to it in a concrete way.
*"It is also why a political solution is essential... and should in my opinion be imposed by the international community.”*
With more than 2,000 Palestinians and 60 Israelis now dead, Mr Fabius’ statement comes amid international outrage at an Israeli attack on a UN school in Gaza on Saturday, which killed 10.
**United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called the assault “a moral outrage and a criminal act” after the victims had taken shelter in the school after taking instructions from the military to leave their homes. He also called on those responsible to be brought to account.**
It was the seventh time a UN shelter has been struck since fighting began in the beginning of July.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stopped short of employing the language used by the UN Secretary General and the French Foreign Minister, instead declaring that Ban Ki-moon had been right to the condemn the strike.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning, he said civilians should not be targeted and called for an “immediate comprehensive humanitarian ceasefire.”

*“We obviously do think it is appalling the loss of life that there has been.*

Militant leader, Daniel Mansour, the commander of the Islamic Jihad group, which is allied with Hamas, has been killed in the Gaza Strip, the group said today.
**A “humanitarian” ceasefire was reportedly beached by Israel minutes after it was called today, following an air strike on a house in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, which killed an eight-year-old girl and wounded 29 others.**







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TURKISH MP QUESTIONS ZIONIST ISRAELI CEASEFIRE MOTIVES + Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

Israel's failure to open a humanitarian corridor allowing aid and food for the besieged civilians in Gaza means that their willingness to "sincerely" participate in any temporary ceasefire should be questioned, said Turkey's PM and presidential candidate Sunday in an interview with 'Kanal 7' television channel.

*"Israel continuously changes its tone and actually Hamas also does not trust its tactics. You ask to sign a ceasefire agreement on one hand and when we declare ceasefire Israel resumes its attacks", Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.*

"We have asked for a week long temporary ceasefire in Gaza and an air bridge is among the conditions of a ceasefire."

Over a two thousand Palestinians have been killed and more than 6000 others injured in relentless Israeli attacks since July 7.

Erdogan went on to criticize Egypt's President, General Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi for not helping the people of Gaza.

"We do not trust the sincerity of Egypt either because it erects roadblocks instead of helping the Palestinians in Gaza and hinders aid organizations intending to go for humanitarian help in Gaza", he said.

Earlier this month, Erdogan described Egypt's Al-Sisi as a "tyrant".

"I do not consider al-Sisi a democrat, as he alleges. I also don't view him as a president. He is a tyrant, and I have no doubts about this," Erdogan told CNN.

Regarding the 49 Turkish consulate staff detained by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) in the Iraqi city of Mosul six weeks ago Erdogan said, "We are continually monitoring the situation and exerting efforts with all due sensitivity to safely bring our citizens home. The delay and our sensitivity is because of our concerns about the safety of our citizens.

**Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

**In a strongly worded statement, French official Laurent Fabius said Israel's right to security does not trump the 'slaughter of civilians' France has said foreign nations must impose a "political solution" on Israel and Gaza and that the former’s right to security "does not justify" the deaths of Palestinian civilians. France, it appears, has sought to distance itself from the increasing death toll of innocents as the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) leads a charge against Hamas. However, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's words were more potent last night, as he condemned Israel, accusing it of deliberately killing Palestinian mothers and warned that the it would "drown in the blood it sheds."**

He was speaking to thousands of supporters during a rally in Istanbul ahead of a 10 August election.
*"Just like Hitler, who sought to establish a race free of all faults, Israel is chasing after the same target," Mr Erdogan said, according to Reuters.*

**They kill women so that they will not give birth to Palestinians; they kill babies so that they won't grow up; they kill men so they can't defend their country...They will drown in the blood they shed." Today, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius' statement was one of the strongest given by a western European nation.**
He said:
*“How many more deaths will it take to stop what must be called the carnage in Gaza?,” according to English-language French outlet The Local. “The tradition of friendship between Israel and France is an old one and Israel's right to security is total, but this right does not justify the killing of children and the slaughter of civilians.*
That is why we support and demand the establishment of a real ceasefire as proposed by Egypt and why we are ready, as French and Europeans, to contribute to it in a concrete way.
*"It is also why a political solution is essential... and should in my opinion be imposed by the international community.”*
With more than 2,000 Palestinians and 60 Israelis now dead, Mr Fabius’ statement comes amid international outrage at an Israeli attack on a UN school in Gaza on Saturday, which killed 10.
**United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called the assault “a moral outrage and a criminal act” after the victims had taken shelter in the school after taking instructions from the military to leave their homes. He also called on those responsible to be brought to account.**
It was the seventh time a UN shelter has been struck since fighting began in the beginning of July.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stopped short of employing the language used by the UN Secretary General and the French Foreign Minister, instead declaring that Ban Ki-moon had been right to the condemn the strike.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning, he said civilians should not be targeted and called for an “immediate comprehensive humanitarian ceasefire.”

*“We obviously do think it is appalling the loss of life that there has been.*

Militant leader, Daniel Mansour, the commander of the Islamic Jihad group, which is allied with Hamas, has been killed in the Gaza Strip, the group said today.
**A “humanitarian” ceasefire was reportedly beached by Israel minutes after it was called today, following an air strike on a house in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, which killed an eight-year-old girl and wounded 29 others.**







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TURKISH MP QUESTIONS ZIONIST ISRAELI CEASEFIRE MOTIVES + Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

Israel's failure to open a humanitarian corridor allowing aid and food for the besieged civilians in Gaza means that their willingness to "sincerely" participate in any temporary ceasefire should be questioned, said Turkey's PM and presidential candidate Sunday in an interview with 'Kanal 7' television channel.

*"Israel continuously changes its tone and actually Hamas also does not trust its tactics. You ask to sign a ceasefire agreement on one hand and when we declare ceasefire Israel resumes its attacks", Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.*

"We have asked for a week long temporary ceasefire in Gaza and an air bridge is among the conditions of a ceasefire."

Over a two thousand Palestinians have been killed and more than 6000 others injured in relentless Israeli attacks since July 7.

Erdogan went on to criticize Egypt's President, General Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi for not helping the people of Gaza.

"We do not trust the sincerity of Egypt either because it erects roadblocks instead of helping the Palestinians in Gaza and hinders aid organizations intending to go for humanitarian help in Gaza", he said.

Earlier this month, Erdogan described Egypt's Al-Sisi as a "tyrant".

"I do not consider al-Sisi a democrat, as he alleges. I also don't view him as a president. He is a tyrant, and I have no doubts about this," Erdogan told CNN.

Regarding the 49 Turkish consulate staff detained by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) in the Iraqi city of Mosul six weeks ago Erdogan said, "We are continually monitoring the situation and exerting efforts with all due sensitivity to safely bring our citizens home. The delay and our sensitivity is because of our concerns about the safety of our citizens.

**Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

**In a strongly worded statement, French official Laurent Fabius said Israel's right to security does not trump the 'slaughter of civilians' France has said foreign nations must impose a "political solution" on Israel and Gaza and that the former’s right to security "does not justify" the deaths of Palestinian civilians. France, it appears, has sought to distance itself from the increasing death toll of innocents as the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) leads a charge against Hamas. However, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's words were more potent last night, as he condemned Israel, accusing it of deliberately killing Palestinian mothers and warned that the it would "drown in the blood it sheds."**

He was speaking to thousands of supporters during a rally in Istanbul ahead of a 10 August election.
*"Just like Hitler, who sought to establish a race free of all faults, Israel is chasing after the same target," Mr Erdogan said, according to Reuters.*

**They kill women so that they will not give birth to Palestinians; they kill babies so that they won't grow up; they kill men so they can't defend their country...They will drown in the blood they shed." Today, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius' statement was one of the strongest given by a western European nation.**
He said:
*“How many more deaths will it take to stop what must be called the carnage in Gaza?,” according to English-language French outlet The Local. “The tradition of friendship between Israel and France is an old one and Israel's right to security is total, but this right does not justify the killing of children and the slaughter of civilians.*
That is why we support and demand the establishment of a real ceasefire as proposed by Egypt and why we are ready, as French and Europeans, to contribute to it in a concrete way.
*"It is also why a political solution is essential... and should in my opinion be imposed by the international community.”*
With more than 2,000 Palestinians and 60 Israelis now dead, Mr Fabius’ statement comes amid international outrage at an Israeli attack on a UN school in Gaza on Saturday, which killed 10.
**United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called the assault “a moral outrage and a criminal act” after the victims had taken shelter in the school after taking instructions from the military to leave their homes. He also called on those responsible to be brought to account.**
It was the seventh time a UN shelter has been struck since fighting began in the beginning of July.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stopped short of employing the language used by the UN Secretary General and the French Foreign Minister, instead declaring that Ban Ki-moon had been right to the condemn the strike.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning, he said civilians should not be targeted and called for an “immediate comprehensive humanitarian ceasefire.”

*“We obviously do think it is appalling the loss of life that there has been.*

Militant leader, Daniel Mansour, the commander of the Islamic Jihad group, which is allied with Hamas, has been killed in the Gaza Strip, the group said today.
**A “humanitarian” ceasefire was reportedly beached by Israel minutes after it was called today, following an air strike on a house in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, which killed an eight-year-old girl and wounded 29 others.**







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Israel's failure to open a humanitarian corridor allowing aid and food for the besieged civilians in Gaza means that their willingness to "sincerely" participate in any temporary ceasefire should be questioned, said Turkey's PM and presidential candidate Sunday in an interview with 'Kanal 7' television channel.

*"Israel continuously changes its tone and actually Hamas also does not trust its tactics. You ask to sign a ceasefire agreement on one hand and when we declare ceasefire Israel resumes its attacks", Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.*

"We have asked for a week long temporary ceasefire in Gaza and an air bridge is among the conditions of a ceasefire."

Over a two thousand Palestinians have been killed and more than 6000 others injured in relentless Israeli attacks since July 7.

Erdogan went on to criticize Egypt's President, General Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi for not helping the people of Gaza.

"We do not trust the sincerity of Egypt either because it erects roadblocks instead of helping the Palestinians in Gaza and hinders aid organizations intending to go for humanitarian help in Gaza", he said.

Earlier this month, Erdogan described Egypt's Al-Sisi as a "tyrant".

"I do not consider al-Sisi a democrat, as he alleges. I also don't view him as a president. He is a tyrant, and I have no doubts about this," Erdogan told CNN.

Regarding the 49 Turkish consulate staff detained by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) in the Iraqi city of Mosul six weeks ago Erdogan said, "We are continually monitoring the situation and exerting efforts with all due sensitivity to safely bring our citizens home. The delay and our sensitivity is because of our concerns about the safety of our citizens.

**Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

**In a strongly worded statement, French official Laurent Fabius said Israel's right to security does not trump the 'slaughter of civilians' France has said foreign nations must impose a "political solution" on Israel and Gaza and that the former’s right to security "does not justify" the deaths of Palestinian civilians. France, it appears, has sought to distance itself from the increasing death toll of innocents as the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) leads a charge against Hamas. However, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's words were more potent last night, as he condemned Israel, accusing it of deliberately killing Palestinian mothers and warned that the it would "drown in the blood it sheds."**

He was speaking to thousands of supporters during a rally in Istanbul ahead of a 10 August election.
*"Just like Hitler, who sought to establish a race free of all faults, Israel is chasing after the same target," Mr Erdogan said, according to Reuters.*

**They kill women so that they will not give birth to Palestinians; they kill babies so that they won't grow up; they kill men so they can't defend their country...They will drown in the blood they shed." Today, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius' statement was one of the strongest given by a western European nation.**
He said:
*“How many more deaths will it take to stop what must be called the carnage in Gaza?,” according to English-language French outlet The Local. “The tradition of friendship between Israel and France is an old one and Israel's right to security is total, but this right does not justify the killing of children and the slaughter of civilians.*
That is why we support and demand the establishment of a real ceasefire as proposed by Egypt and why we are ready, as French and Europeans, to contribute to it in a concrete way.
*"It is also why a political solution is essential... and should in my opinion be imposed by the international community.”*
With more than 2,000 Palestinians and 60 Israelis now dead, Mr Fabius’ statement comes amid international outrage at an Israeli attack on a UN school in Gaza on Saturday, which killed 10.
**United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called the assault “a moral outrage and a criminal act” after the victims had taken shelter in the school after taking instructions from the military to leave their homes. He also called on those responsible to be brought to account.**
It was the seventh time a UN shelter has been struck since fighting began in the beginning of July.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stopped short of employing the language used by the UN Secretary General and the French Foreign Minister, instead declaring that Ban Ki-moon had been right to the condemn the strike.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning, he said civilians should not be targeted and called for an “immediate comprehensive humanitarian ceasefire.”

*“We obviously do think it is appalling the loss of life that there has been.*

Militant leader, Daniel Mansour, the commander of the Islamic Jihad group, which is allied with Hamas, has been killed in the Gaza Strip, the group said today.
**A “humanitarian” ceasefire was reportedly beached by Israel minutes after it was called today, following an air strike on a house in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, which killed an eight-year-old girl and wounded 29 others.**







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TURKISH MP QUESTIONS ZIONIST ISRAELI CEASEFIRE MOTIVES + Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

Israel's failure to open a humanitarian corridor allowing aid and food for the besieged civilians in Gaza means that their willingness to "sincerely" participate in any temporary ceasefire should be questioned, said Turkey's PM and presidential candidate Sunday in an interview with 'Kanal 7' television channel.

*"Israel continuously changes its tone and actually Hamas also does not trust its tactics. You ask to sign a ceasefire agreement on one hand and when we declare ceasefire Israel resumes its attacks", Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.*

"We have asked for a week long temporary ceasefire in Gaza and an air bridge is among the conditions of a ceasefire."

Over a two thousand Palestinians have been killed and more than 6000 others injured in relentless Israeli attacks since July 7.

Erdogan went on to criticize Egypt's President, General Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi for not helping the people of Gaza.

"We do not trust the sincerity of Egypt either because it erects roadblocks instead of helping the Palestinians in Gaza and hinders aid organizations intending to go for humanitarian help in Gaza", he said.

Earlier this month, Erdogan described Egypt's Al-Sisi as a "tyrant".

"I do not consider al-Sisi a democrat, as he alleges. I also don't view him as a president. He is a tyrant, and I have no doubts about this," Erdogan told CNN.

Regarding the 49 Turkish consulate staff detained by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) in the Iraqi city of Mosul six weeks ago Erdogan said, "We are continually monitoring the situation and exerting efforts with all due sensitivity to safely bring our citizens home. The delay and our sensitivity is because of our concerns about the safety of our citizens.

**Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

**In a strongly worded statement, French official Laurent Fabius said Israel's right to security does not trump the 'slaughter of civilians' France has said foreign nations must impose a "political solution" on Israel and Gaza and that the former’s right to security "does not justify" the deaths of Palestinian civilians. France, it appears, has sought to distance itself from the increasing death toll of innocents as the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) leads a charge against Hamas. However, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's words were more potent last night, as he condemned Israel, accusing it of deliberately killing Palestinian mothers and warned that the it would "drown in the blood it sheds."**

He was speaking to thousands of supporters during a rally in Istanbul ahead of a 10 August election.
*"Just like Hitler, who sought to establish a race free of all faults, Israel is chasing after the same target," Mr Erdogan said, according to Reuters.*

**They kill women so that they will not give birth to Palestinians; they kill babies so that they won't grow up; they kill men so they can't defend their country...They will drown in the blood they shed." Today, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius' statement was one of the strongest given by a western European nation.**
He said:
*“How many more deaths will it take to stop what must be called the carnage in Gaza?,” according to English-language French outlet The Local. “The tradition of friendship between Israel and France is an old one and Israel's right to security is total, but this right does not justify the killing of children and the slaughter of civilians.*
That is why we support and demand the establishment of a real ceasefire as proposed by Egypt and why we are ready, as French and Europeans, to contribute to it in a concrete way.
*"It is also why a political solution is essential... and should in my opinion be imposed by the international community.”*
With more than 2,000 Palestinians and 60 Israelis now dead, Mr Fabius’ statement comes amid international outrage at an Israeli attack on a UN school in Gaza on Saturday, which killed 10.
**United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called the assault “a moral outrage and a criminal act” after the victims had taken shelter in the school after taking instructions from the military to leave their homes. He also called on those responsible to be brought to account.**
It was the seventh time a UN shelter has been struck since fighting began in the beginning of July.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stopped short of employing the language used by the UN Secretary General and the French Foreign Minister, instead declaring that Ban Ki-moon had been right to the condemn the strike.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning, he said civilians should not be targeted and called for an “immediate comprehensive humanitarian ceasefire.”

*“We obviously do think it is appalling the loss of life that there has been.*

Militant leader, Daniel Mansour, the commander of the Islamic Jihad group, which is allied with Hamas, has been killed in the Gaza Strip, the group said today.
**A “humanitarian” ceasefire was reportedly beached by Israel minutes after it was called today, following an air strike on a house in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, which killed an eight-year-old girl and wounded 29 others.**







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TURKISH MP QUESTIONS ZIONIST ISRAELI CEASEFIRE MOTIVES + Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

Israel's failure to open a humanitarian corridor allowing aid and food for the besieged civilians in Gaza means that their willingness to "sincerely" participate in any temporary ceasefire should be questioned, said Turkey's PM and presidential candidate Sunday in an interview with 'Kanal 7' television channel.

*"Israel continuously changes its tone and actually Hamas also does not trust its tactics. You ask to sign a ceasefire agreement on one hand and when we declare ceasefire Israel resumes its attacks", Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.*

"We have asked for a week long temporary ceasefire in Gaza and an air bridge is among the conditions of a ceasefire."

Over a two thousand Palestinians have been killed and more than 6000 others injured in relentless Israeli attacks since July 7.

Erdogan went on to criticize Egypt's President, General Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi for not helping the people of Gaza.

"We do not trust the sincerity of Egypt either because it erects roadblocks instead of helping the Palestinians in Gaza and hinders aid organizations intending to go for humanitarian help in Gaza", he said.

Earlier this month, Erdogan described Egypt's Al-Sisi as a "tyrant".

"I do not consider al-Sisi a democrat, as he alleges. I also don't view him as a president. He is a tyrant, and I have no doubts about this," Erdogan told CNN.

Regarding the 49 Turkish consulate staff detained by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) in the Iraqi city of Mosul six weeks ago Erdogan said, "We are continually monitoring the situation and exerting efforts with all due sensitivity to safely bring our citizens home. The delay and our sensitivity is because of our concerns about the safety of our citizens.

**Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

**In a strongly worded statement, French official Laurent Fabius said Israel's right to security does not trump the 'slaughter of civilians' France has said foreign nations must impose a "political solution" on Israel and Gaza and that the former’s right to security "does not justify" the deaths of Palestinian civilians. France, it appears, has sought to distance itself from the increasing death toll of innocents as the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) leads a charge against Hamas. However, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's words were more potent last night, as he condemned Israel, accusing it of deliberately killing Palestinian mothers and warned that the it would "drown in the blood it sheds."**

He was speaking to thousands of supporters during a rally in Istanbul ahead of a 10 August election.
*"Just like Hitler, who sought to establish a race free of all faults, Israel is chasing after the same target," Mr Erdogan said, according to Reuters.*

**They kill women so that they will not give birth to Palestinians; they kill babies so that they won't grow up; they kill men so they can't defend their country...They will drown in the blood they shed." Today, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius' statement was one of the strongest given by a western European nation.**
He said:
*“How many more deaths will it take to stop what must be called the carnage in Gaza?,” according to English-language French outlet The Local. “The tradition of friendship between Israel and France is an old one and Israel's right to security is total, but this right does not justify the killing of children and the slaughter of civilians.*
That is why we support and demand the establishment of a real ceasefire as proposed by Egypt and why we are ready, as French and Europeans, to contribute to it in a concrete way.
*"It is also why a political solution is essential... and should in my opinion be imposed by the international community.”*
With more than 2,000 Palestinians and 60 Israelis now dead, Mr Fabius’ statement comes amid international outrage at an Israeli attack on a UN school in Gaza on Saturday, which killed 10.
**United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called the assault “a moral outrage and a criminal act” after the victims had taken shelter in the school after taking instructions from the military to leave their homes. He also called on those responsible to be brought to account.**
It was the seventh time a UN shelter has been struck since fighting began in the beginning of July.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stopped short of employing the language used by the UN Secretary General and the French Foreign Minister, instead declaring that Ban Ki-moon had been right to the condemn the strike.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning, he said civilians should not be targeted and called for an “immediate comprehensive humanitarian ceasefire.”

*“We obviously do think it is appalling the loss of life that there has been.*

Militant leader, Daniel Mansour, the commander of the Islamic Jihad group, which is allied with Hamas, has been killed in the Gaza Strip, the group said today.
**A “humanitarian” ceasefire was reportedly beached by Israel minutes after it was called today, following an air strike on a house in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, which killed an eight-year-old girl and wounded 29 others.**







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TURKISH MP QUESTIONS ZIONIST ISRAELI CEASEFIRE MOTIVES + Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

Israel's failure to open a humanitarian corridor allowing aid and food for the besieged civilians in Gaza means that their willingness to "sincerely" participate in any temporary ceasefire should be questioned, said Turkey's PM and presidential candidate Sunday in an interview with 'Kanal 7' television channel.

*"Israel continuously changes its tone and actually Hamas also does not trust its tactics. You ask to sign a ceasefire agreement on one hand and when we declare ceasefire Israel resumes its attacks", Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.*

"We have asked for a week long temporary ceasefire in Gaza and an air bridge is among the conditions of a ceasefire."

Over a two thousand Palestinians have been killed and more than 6000 others injured in relentless Israeli attacks since July 7.

Erdogan went on to criticize Egypt's President, General Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi for not helping the people of Gaza.

"We do not trust the sincerity of Egypt either because it erects roadblocks instead of helping the Palestinians in Gaza and hinders aid organizations intending to go for humanitarian help in Gaza", he said.

Earlier this month, Erdogan described Egypt's Al-Sisi as a "tyrant".

"I do not consider al-Sisi a democrat, as he alleges. I also don't view him as a president. He is a tyrant, and I have no doubts about this," Erdogan told CNN.

Regarding the 49 Turkish consulate staff detained by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) in the Iraqi city of Mosul six weeks ago Erdogan said, "We are continually monitoring the situation and exerting efforts with all due sensitivity to safely bring our citizens home. The delay and our sensitivity is because of our concerns about the safety of our citizens.

**Israel-Gaza conflict: Turkish PM says Israel 'will drown in the blood it has shed' in heated condemnation**

**In a strongly worded statement, French official Laurent Fabius said Israel's right to security does not trump the 'slaughter of civilians' France has said foreign nations must impose a "political solution" on Israel and Gaza and that the former’s right to security "does not justify" the deaths of Palestinian civilians. France, it appears, has sought to distance itself from the increasing death toll of innocents as the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) leads a charge against Hamas. However, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's words were more potent last night, as he condemned Israel, accusing it of deliberately killing Palestinian mothers and warned that the it would "drown in the blood it sheds."**

He was speaking to thousands of supporters during a rally in Istanbul ahead of a 10 August election.
*"Just like Hitler, who sought to establish a race free of all faults, Israel is chasing after the same target," Mr Erdogan said, according to Reuters.*

**They kill women so that they will not give birth to Palestinians; they kill babies so that they won't grow up; they kill men so they can't defend their country...They will drown in the blood they shed." Today, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius' statement was one of the strongest given by a western European nation.**
He said:
*“How many more deaths will it take to stop what must be called the carnage in Gaza?,” according to English-language French outlet The Local. “The tradition of friendship between Israel and France is an old one and Israel's right to security is total, but this right does not justify the killing of children and the slaughter of civilians.*
That is why we support and demand the establishment of a real ceasefire as proposed by Egypt and why we are ready, as French and Europeans, to contribute to it in a concrete way.
*"It is also why a political solution is essential... and should in my opinion be imposed by the international community.”*
With more than 2,000 Palestinians and 60 Israelis now dead, Mr Fabius’ statement comes amid international outrage at an Israeli attack on a UN school in Gaza on Saturday, which killed 10.
**United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called the assault “a moral outrage and a criminal act” after the victims had taken shelter in the school after taking instructions from the military to leave their homes. He also called on those responsible to be brought to account.**
It was the seventh time a UN shelter has been struck since fighting began in the beginning of July.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stopped short of employing the language used by the UN Secretary General and the French Foreign Minister, instead declaring that Ban Ki-moon had been right to the condemn the strike.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning, he said civilians should not be targeted and called for an “immediate comprehensive humanitarian ceasefire.”

*“We obviously do think it is appalling the loss of life that there has been.*

Militant leader, Daniel Mansour, the commander of the Islamic Jihad group, which is allied with Hamas, has been killed in the Gaza Strip, the group said today.
**A “humanitarian” ceasefire was reportedly beached by Israel minutes after it was called today, following an air strike on a house in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, which killed an eight-year-old girl and wounded 29 others.**







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