"If the terrorists here are not cleared as we were promised, we have the legitimate right to mobilise once again," Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said in a speech to the ruling AK Party lawmakers in the parliament on Wednesday.
U.S. deputy ambassador Richard Mills urged the Security Council to “do everything in its power” to prevent Bashar Assad’s regime from blocking agreement on a new constitution in 2020, as blaming the Assad regime for deliberately delaying the drafting of a new constitution to waste time until presidential elections in 2021.
Iran's official novel coronavirus fatalities crossed the 33,000 mark on Tuesday, the health ministry said, as the country set new records in both daily deaths and infection cases. The new infections bring officially reported Covid-19 cases in the Middle East's worst-hit country to 581,824.
"After signing the agreement with the United Arab Emirates, I said there will be other agreements with a country from the Gulf and a country from Africa and later Bahrain and Sudan joined the historical path," Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen said in a statement.
A great number of Palestinian demonstrators poured into the Jerusalem streets to protest the French cartoons insulting Islamic values and Prophet Mohammed. Protesters waved banners and chanted slogans defending Islam and the prophet against the offensive discourses by the French politicians.
In Saudi Arabia, calls for a boycott of French supermarket chain Carrefour have been trending on social media platforms. Meanwhile, the Riyadh regime on Tuesday condemned cartoons offending the Prophet Mohammad and any attempts to link Islam with terrorism.