Long Live Ayalon (And I am a Turk) #2 - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Turkboy
    • 17.01.10 | 12:01 (IST)

    Continues... So yea, the military was the only undemocratic institution left in Turkey, and Erdogan took care of that, too! What a great leader is he! And seriously, my Jewish friends, he is talking about facts when he criticizes Israel. Think about it this way: The guy did everything to make peace between Israel and Syria and such, and the moment he felt that he succeeded, Israel attacked Gaza, AND without letting Erdogan know. Anyone would get angry in his shoes. And there are rumors in Turkish news that Israel helped a potential coup against him. I normally dont believe this kinda news, but given Erdogan's attitude, it might be true. If Israel was indeed behind a coup attempt against him, he will dedicate the rest of his life to get the revenge of this action. And no, don't hope for more coups; Erdogan completely took care of it; thanks to him, we have a more democratic Turkey now.

    from the article: Report: Turkey warns Lebanon that Israel may be planning attack
    First published 11:28 14.01.10 | Last updated 12:23 14.01.10
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