The current Islamist Turkish regime already DECIDED to become Iran-lite, and pursue an hegemony over the "Arab street" by constant Israel-bashing. It wants to eat the cake at the same time, by obtaining what military goods Israel has to offer. And Israel wants and needs an alliance with Turkey. Put that wish in deep freeze, until a new non-Islamist Turkish regime is elected. That isn't unlikely. Lately, the whole world -except jihadists- are sick and tired of the Turkish regime's prepotence and aggressiveness. Even Obama, NATO, the EU, Ban-Ki-Mun. If they withdraw the ambassador for Barak saying that Fidan is a friend of the Iranian regime, then they can just as well say it's because they don't like Gefillte Fisch.
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Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
from the article: Turkey summons Israel's ambassador over Barak's remarks on spy chief