do we need to remind you of the davos incident which was back in Olmert's days? Oh and there the whole rapprochement with Iran thing (despite Obama's big visit and compliments that Turkey was one of the good guys). Does that have to do with the Gaza blockade? Perhaps it would do you some good to the Turkish "government's actions with objective eyes" and see that Turkey has made a strategic shift of where it stands on world affairs. Israel for sure has its issues; friends are suppose to give constructive criticism, not be a major player in isolating you, and forge new friendships with those who wish to destroy you. I would say that role is usually reserved for the "mortal enemy," no?
In three days, Greek coastguard rescues 2,500 migrants (Reuters)
from the article: Erdogan to Obama: Israel risks losing its best friend in Middle East