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    • Lika
    • 27.06.10 | 04:27 (IDT)

    Once again, something that has nothing to do with Israel is, somehow, turned into an opportunity to bash Israel. Is everything Israel's fault? Turkey is turning, unmistakably, toward a fundamentalist, non-democratic, pro-Iranian orientation. It's a simple fact. And it's not Israel's fault. And it's not the US's fault. And if someone points it out, that should be acceptable. Everyone always says "People should allow fair criticism of Israel - it's not anti-semitic." Well, someone (the diplomat in this news article) just made a fair criticism of Turkey. Deal with it.

    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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