Irem Aktas, a member of Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party, posted a tweet today, reading "I wish that the wounded Israeli tourists were dead."
She deleted the account shortly after posting it, but not in time to prevent a strong backlash over her lack of sympathy.
Aktas, who is responsible for the party's digital communications and holds the party's Women's Media & Publicity Chair, also wrote "when Israel was attacking your Muslim brothers, why didn't you say anything," i24 reports.
A spokesperson for the Israeli Foreign Ministry said, "We are looking into the issue with the Turkish Foreign Ministry. If it is correct, then it is clearly a disgusting and shocking statement, and we expect an apology and a renunciation."
Health Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu offered a relatively kinder message, tweeting: "Even though they are foreigners, they are human beings as well."
Three Israelis were killed in today's (Saturday) attack, while another 11 were wounded.