Istanbul Basaksehir have fined Israeli midfielder Eden Karzev following his social media post in support of his compatriots being held hostage in Gaza.
On Instagram, Karzev had shared the slogan calling to “Bring them home now” in reference to the hostages.
Basaksehir said his post had “violated the sensitive values of our country”.
The incident follows Sagiv Jehezkel also returning home to Israel from Turkey after making a gesture of solidarity with hostages in Gaza.
Jehezkel, who signed for Antalyaspor in September, was celebrating an equaliser in a Turkish Super Lig match on Sunday when he held up his bandaged hand that read “100 days. 7/10”.
The bandage also included a star of David.
Sunday marked 100 days since Hamas launched its deadly attacks on southern Israel, killing around 1,200 people, mainly civilians. About 240 people were taken back to Gaza as hostages, approximately 132 of whom are still being held.
The attack triggered Israel’s bombardment of Gaza, killing more than 23,000 people, according to the Hamas-run health ministry.