Former Mossad Chief Efraim Halevy, in an interview with Russia TV, estimated that “Turkey would take a neutral position” in the event of a military confrontation between Israel and Iran.
Halevy, who served as Mossad’s chief from 1998-2002, also discussed Israel’s isolation in the post-“Arab Spring” Middle East, and claimed that Israel was in a far safer, integrated position than it was before it signed the Camp David Accords with Egypt in 1978.
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