An Israeli MP introduced a bill in the Israeli parliament to recognize “a Kurdish state” to counter the influence of Iran and Turkey.
The Israeli authorities were the only support for holding the referendum in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, and now the Israeli regime’s parliament has a new plan to promote Kurdish separation.
“To counter Iran’s strengthening in the region, Turkish expansionism and the dismemberment of Syria, Israel must lead and support the Kurdish effort to establish an independent state,” said Israeli MP Yoav Kisch in his statement. proposal of the law.
Highlighting the population of 30 million Kurds in the region, Yoav Kisch claims that this is a good reason to create an independent state at the common borders between Iran, Turkey, Syria and Iraq.
The Israeli MP said Tel-Aviv was concerned that Turkey is distancing itself from the West. “Recognizing an independent Kurdish state can be good for Israel’s interests,” said Kisch.
The Likud MP’s proposal comes as diplomatic relations between Israel and Turkey deteriorate following the transfer of the US embassy to occupied Quds and the massacre of Palestinians in Gaza by the Israeli regime and Ankara’s summoning of its ambassador Tel Aviv. The proposal for such a measure may further deteriorate the Ankara / Tel-Aviv links.