Turkey commitment to Nato should not be questioned? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dan
    • 26.06.10 | 18:48 (IDT)

    Turkey's drift to fanatical religious elements is not a fiction. All actions and deeds, as of late, show dramatic shift of its policies of being fair and balanced to being staunchly anti Israel and anti West. Turkey's magnetic attraction to iran, hezbollah, justifying hamas purpose of destroying Israel all of that makes Turkey not very appealing friend... Only wiht departure of Erdogan policies will change. erdogan is a very dangerous man..

    from the article: U.S.: Turkey must prove its commitment to the West
    First published 08:54 26.06.10 | Last updated 08:54 26.06.10
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