ANKARA (AFP) - Turkish parliament speaker Cemil Cicek Saturday blasted ideas attributed to hawkish Israeli FM Lieberman for hitting back at Ankara in the row between the two countries. Israel's Yediot Aharonot daily reported Friday that Lieberman had suggested supporting recognition by the US Senate of Armenian genocide by Turkey, backing the Kurdish separatist PKK and launching a diplomatic offensive against Ankara. "It's very troubling that someone with the rank of minister should make such irresponsible remarks," Cicek said on Turkish television. He attacked the proposals as "blackmail" and said that if they were put into effect the crisis would become "more complex".