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    • Turkish American
    • 07.06.10 | 10:30 (IDT)

    Amen. I would rather to deal with a Jew than an Arab. It is not the people of Israel that people hates, it is the Israeli Government that unleashes commandos to innocent civilians. Current policy of the Israeli government is not acceptable and it will fail eventually. In the meantime, good name of the Jews will be stained by blood. Intelligence gathering is a vital part of any country, especially Israel surrounded by friendly(!) neigbors need it more than any other country. Netenyahu should apologize to Turkish P.M. Erdogan and the people of Turkey for killing of innocent civilians and get over it. Making an enemy out of Turkey is not a good policy. We need peace and cooperation in the Middle-East, and the Government of Turkey is doing a real good job by promoting it. As an American tax payer, I regret that my tax dollars are spent to buy bullets to kill civilians by the Israeli military machine. U.S. should stop sending Billions of $$ to Israel every year to build a military might. Good name of America is also stained by its pro-Israeli policy.

    from the article: Israel worried by new Turkey intelligence chief's defense of Iran
    First published 00:48 07.06.10 | Last updated 00:48 07.06.10
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