Interests do not align--thats the point - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 18.01.10 | 07:28 (IST)

    Turkey's interests are aligning with the rest of Islamic nations. an axis consisting of Turkey-Syria-Lebanon Hez-Shia Iraq-Iran-Yemen-Palestininan Hamas-Samlia. This surrounds Saudi Arabia and Jordan, and outmaneuvers Egypt. Israel is the anvil uponwhch the Islamic national;ism is being hammered out into a new empire. Europe is already paralyzed by the presence of 30 million muslims acting as a fifth column for the Islamic Jihad. Russia is enjoying sweet revenge in watching the US being stymied and humiliated in Iraq Afghanistan, Somalia, North Korea, and the Islamic Axis achored by Iran. China and India need the oil and are too large to worry. That leaves Isral on its own, held back only by the US and EU dhimminitude. However, Israel can win a battle or even a war of self defense, but it is too small to be able to control an other country. Therefore it is popses no permanent threat, rather it remains vulnerable forever to destruction by Islam Sorry, I have no solution.

    from the article: Barak lauds Turkey visit as successful, despite degraded ties
    First published 01:09 18.01.10 | Last updated 08:19 18.01.10
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