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Turkey and Greece are both allies of the Jewish state!

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Submitted by adri (Netherlands), Oct 23, 2006 at 16:52

All in all I think Greece has a good relationship with the jewish state. But so does Turkey. Of these 2 I think the latter is of greater importance to the jewish state because of its location.

Turkey and Israel are allies and this is very good. Greece and israel are also allies. This is good as well.

there's no need to start arguing about which country is a better ally.

Right now there're probably bigger things to worry for the jewish state, like the threat from iran. The only country in the middle east whose PRESIDENT has called out for the destruction of another state! He has also denied the Holocaust (although this is not a rarity among middle east leaders).

unfortunately the Bush administration is too damn busy with Iraq and to a lesser extent Afghanistan. tha"s why it cannot do anything about the greatest threat of them all ; Iran!

Next thing you know these sobs will acquire nuclear weapons and then we're all doomed!

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