Two flaws in one interview - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Victor
    • 18.07.11 | 15:22 (IDT)

    The Turkish representative expressed 2 lies (or flaws) in his interview. 1. Comparison between coffee spill and the Marmara incident is false. It is as someone tries to kick another person, hits his hand keeping a cup of coffee, and gets being spilled by that coffee. Should the person being attacked apologise for the coffee spill? I think he does not. I believe that the Turkish official understands that as well. So why he is lying? 2. He is right that there were no wars between Turks and Jews in the history. There were jut massacres (from time to time) of Jews by Turks. Does he consider that OK?

    from the article: Turkish official: Both Israel and Turkey have 'great political will' to reconcile
    First published 10:48 18.07.11 | Last updated 10:48 18.07.11
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