Apologizing fro mistakes is a virtue - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • David Israel
    • 13.01.10 | 03:20 (IST)

    His treatment of the Turkish ambassador although justified by the bad behavior of the Turkish leadership - especially PM Erdogan - was wrong. At least he show the greatness of apologizing. Israel still did not receive any apolog for the unfairly harsh, untrue, uncalled for and totally against diplomatic customs word of PM Erdogan at Davos and most recently during his meeting with Mr. Hariri in Turkey. This is the difference between KASIMPASA diplomacy and the diplomacy learned at Tel Aviv and Bowling Green Universities. Since one year seasoned Turkish diplomats such as Ilter Turkmen had criticized the misbehavior of PM Erdogan predicting such an incident could happen and it would not be good for both parties. But the PM from Kasimpasa mocks those valuable Turkish diplomats as MONSERLER.

    from the article: Deputy FM Ayalon apologizes to Turkish ambassador
    First published 02:31 13.01.10 | Last updated 08:16 13.01.10
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