We gave too much importance to the Turks - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • C. Bendavid
    • 26.10.10 | 06:00 (IST)

    For years Israel remained mute on the Armenian genocide because we felt that our partnership with Turkey was indispensable for our security. Surprisingly, at the end of the day, we find ourselves taunted by Turkey which considers Hamas a legitimate group and humiliates our president in public. Erdogan went further by saying that Israel knows how to kill. Israel however never raised it's voice agaisnt Turkey. If Turkey wants to sever ties with Israel, it means that there are no reason for us not to recognize the Armenian genocide and the plight of the Kurds who never wanted to destroy Turkey (unlike Hamas with Israel, which Turkey considers legitimate). We lost Iran, France and survived. It's time to put an X on Turkey.

    from the article: Report: Turkish intelligence severed relations with the Mossad
    First published 01:35 26.10.10 | Last updated 01:35 26.10.10
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