It seems that we are dealing here with Ilan of Ariel. So first, let me point out that relations with Turkey were great until the Gaza Cast Lead operation (Dec. 2008), which should be seen as the originator of the deterioration. And since the Goldstone Report substantiates many "war crimes" accusations, one can see the beginning of trouble with Turkey as "made in Israel". Now, if Ben-Gurion wanted good relations with an important Muslim country, which is also a member of NATO and can block relationships between NATO and Israel at will, who would react to the present Turkey issue by "We can get along fine without Turkey as a piss"? I think it takes a Blockhead for this. My question is then: What comes first, being a blockhead and as a result becoming a settler, or becoming a settler and then reacting to all the anxieties associated with this by becoming a blockhead? I have my guess, but I would like to hear from honest settlers.
Netanyahu at Holocaust memorial ceremony: Nazis slandered Jews before destroying them (Haaretz)
from the article: Israel should compensate Gaza flotilla victims
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