Turkey, sitting midway between Christian Europe and The Islamic Middle East, is calling a group of nations an "alliance of evil."
Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, France and the United Arab Emirates are accusing Turkey of breaking international law, drilling for natural gas in the Mediterranean — its sixth attempt in less than a year.
It's the latest development in ongoing arguments between some European nations and Turkey, one of the main conduits of Islamic invasion into Europe
In 2015, nearly a million Islamic migrants traveled through Turkey with the nation's blessing and spread throughout Europe.
Since then, culture clashes in France and Italy — two of the nations accepting the most migrants — have come to a head, resulting in the burning and desecration of dozens of Catholic churches.
Turkey also ships weapons to Islamic militants in countries like Nigeria, arming terrorist groups like Boko Haram, which has murdered thousands of Catholics in the last several years.
In February, Turkish president Recep Erdoğan threatened Europe, saying he'd push Islamic migrants to the border of Greece if NATO did not assist Turkey's war efforts in Syria.
The New York Times reported Turkey went so far as to provide transportation for thousands of migrants to the Greek-Turkish border.
By March, it was flooded with migrants rioting and fighting Greek military, with Europe bracing for yet another influx of Islamic men seeking to make the rest of the world like the homelands from which they fled.