Turkey Israel to deepen ties


(Picture: Presidency of the Republic of Turkey)

In a stab in the back Turkey and the Israeli occupation regime have resolved to rebuild their relations and deepen cooperation.

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who met with his Israeli counterpart Isaac Herzog in Ankara described the visit as historic and a turning point in their relations. Erdogan stated that their common goal is to revitalise political dialogue based on common interests and respect for mutual sensitivities.

In 2010 ties hit a low when Zionist forces attacked a Gaza bound aid ship the Mavi Marmara massacring ten Turkish citizens. However the ties seem back on track as Zionist Israel pushes ahead with its normalisation campaign in the Middle East and North Africa regions. The United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco have all stabbed the Palestinians in the back as they accept relations with the Israeli occupation regime.




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