Obama's Buddy: No One Has the Right to Attack Iran
Close on the heels of a meeting with the U.S. president, Turkey's leader said that "no one has the right to attack Iran."
The comments were made after a meeting with Iran's vice president in Tehran.
Erdogan arrived in Tehran on Wednesday from a trip to South Korea, where he met with President Barack Obama during a nuclear security summit.
The White House has warned Israel publicly that a strike on Iran's nuclear facilities would be premature. Israel, feeling an existential threat, is reportedly preparing for a military attack if Iran does not stand down in its drive toward a nuclear weapon.
Obama advisors say the U.S. president has forged a close relationship with the Turkish president, making his comments all the more telling.
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