turkey should be scared - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • wanderer
    • 07.10.10 | 13:51 (IST)

    Turkey would 'need' israel one fine day? the only thing israel provides is a unifying cause for Arabs. The ongoing conflict with palestinians offers a bridge for Iran to assert itself as a regional power, drawing support from the arab street, on the other side it provides Turkey with a reason to re-engage and re-assert its political influence in the middle east; something that was lost since the fall of the Ottoman Empire. If you ask me, Turkey and Iran need Israel alright, like fire needs oxygen. On another note, perhaps Turkey should heed your call, your caps lock seems to show you mean business!

    from the article: Growing ties between Turkey, China, Iran worry Israel and U.S.
    First published 02:12 07.10.10 | Last updated 02:12 07.10.10
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