(GoRealNewsNow.com) – Even though it was the victim of a heinous Islamist terrorist attack, US ally Israel is coming under increasing pressure on multiple fronts, as the Jewish State has seen itself forced to warn its citizens to leave Turkey over safety concerns.
On October 7, Southern Israel was invaded by thousands of terrorists from Palestinian Islamist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
Before they were destroyed, the terrorists massacred over 1,400 people, including 31 Americans, and abducted about 200.
On Tuesday, Israel’s government issued a directive for all of its citizens to depart from Turkey, reports The Times of Israel, as cited by The Daily Caller.
The Israeli National Security Council has conveyed this instruction due to concerns that Israeli citizens might become targets of individuals who are angered by the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.
This heightened security advisory has raised the threat level for Israelis in Turkey to level 4.
Additionally, Israeli citizens have been advised to exercise caution when traveling in Morocco.
Video footage shared on social media showed rioters vandalizing a McDonald’s restaurant in Istanbul, Turkey, after it provided free food to Israeli soldiers.
Turkey has also seen numerous mass rallies supporting Palestinian terrorists and against Israel.
The Times of Israel points out that two Israeli tourists were gunned down by a rogue police officer on October 8 while visiting a tourist site in Alexandria, Egypt.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have reported that Hamas, the terrorist organization, killed and abducted hundreds of Israeli civilians in their attacks.
These assaults also resulted in more than 3,200 Israelis sustaining injuries. Furthermore, Hamas has launched over 6,000 rockets into Israel since the restart of the conflict.
Israel has faced threats from Hamas and Lebanon, which is the main base of Hezbollah, a larger and more powerful terrorist group subservient to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Recently, an anti-tank missile injured two IDF reservists in Northern Israel, as confirmed by the Israeli military.
In response to these recent attacks, the IDF has struck Hamas and Hezbollah terrorist targets in both Gaza and Lebanon.