Mossad Mishap Involved Palestinian Recruits Studying at Turkish Universities

Here is why Israel shouldn’t make light of the arrest of 15 Turks and Palestinians suspected of working for the Mossad in Turkey

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Even if the Turkish media is exaggerating in its reports on the arrest of 15 Turks and Palestinians suspected of working for the Mossad, and even if the arrests were given a tailwind by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s political considerations, we shouldn’t make light of it.

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