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Turkey has fumbles the Israel-Turkey relations ball

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Submitted by NuritG (United States), Sep 2, 2011 at 19:54

Turkey is using Israel as a pawn in its goal to become a leader in the Muslim axis of evil.

Israel must never apologize to anyone for what is being done against Israel's interest and endangers her existence. In the US, Obama, who was pushing Israel to apologize to Turkey, is getting weaker and to most Americans his true incompetence in foreign policy is clearer, now more than ever. Hopefully, comes November Washington becomes more conservative and a Republican will occupy the White House. With that Israel will be less pressured, thus able to exert more power and more control over her affairs.

For months now, thousands of proud Israelis have been calling on Prime Minister Netanyahu not to apologize and he represented them accordingly and with pride.

No apology to Turkey for wanting to harm Israel; no compensation to the state supporter [sponsor] of terrorism, Turkey.

May Israel go from strength to strength.

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