News from Erdogan's media to satisfy Erdogan's followers - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Anon
    • 26.10.10 | 12:36 (IST)

    'Sabah' is one of those media owned by Erdogan's relatives and followers. Their news is mostly rumours, libels, etc. They are propaganda channels and they would do anything to fool their already fooled audience. Erdogan knows he needs to show off to his audience, his voters admire macho, full-mouthed, aggressive leaders like Erdogan, Ahmedinejad, etc. So, Erdogan's media portray him as the leader of Muslims worldwide, leader of Palestinians, etc. The best way to do this is to bash Israel. But, behind closed doors business goes as usual. Even few weeks after Erdogan's clash with Peres in Davos, Erdogan passionately campaigned to rent Turkey's borderland with Syria to Israel for 49 years. This is the guy we are talking about, what a leader, puff!

    from the article: Report: Turkish intelligence severed relations with the Mossad
    First published 01:35 26.10.10 | Last updated 01:35 26.10.10
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