Barak may not, but you obviously know the big picture. Tell us about it. But if by referring to an Islamic-Jihadist Turkish government, you mean it is a sponsor of international terrorism, you start with one foot in the bucket. But, maybe you are right. Why does Israel need Turkey? Turkey, a NATO member, an associate member and candidate member of the EU, member of the Council of Europe, founding member of the OECD, member of the OSCE and a member of the European bloc of UN voters, is a great enemy to have. But Israel must hope that Turkey, and the rapidly growing list of nations who are tired of Israel's violations of international law doesn't say the same thing about Israel, "who needs them?" There are already an unprecedented number of campaigns for boycotts, divestment and sanctions against Israel. Israel doesn't need one more enemy. Israel can only say, "who needs them," so many times before it finds itself isolated in the international community.
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from the article: Turkey: Israel is strategic ally with shared interests