Turkey's political leadership - fearing for their own future - denounces ouster of Morsi and demands Egypt "return to democracy."
The scholars at the American Enterprise Institute responded to the age-old effort to blame the Jews mostly with humor, but also with a suggestion for Erdogan. If he wants to see who is responsible for Turkey's situation, he should hold up a mirror.
A referendum might be held on the future of Gezi Park in Istanbul.
Erdogan blamed the "financial lobby" for Turkey's unrest and recent economic troubles. Sound familiar?
The demonstrations against Erdoğan stem from a sense among his opposition that he has crossed the line in Turkey.
Syria returns the favor, in light of the escalating violence in Turkey.
When the going gets tough, Arab leaders routinely huff and puff at Israel. On cue, Assad threatens to open military front against Israel.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was educated within an anti-Jewish political framework.
With a 'friend' like Erdogan, Obama’s policy toward Syria, Iran, the advance of revolutionary Islamism, and the Israel-Palestinian “peace process,” is in serious trouble.
Erdogan hopes to persuade Obama to take bigger role in ending Syrian violence
Over a century ago, Jabotinsky argued that apologizing too much practically means accusing one's self.
Now that Israelis humiliated themselves and Erdogan is rampaging ahead, some are awakening to the fact that this apology only made matters worse.
Erdogan now wants millions of dollars and free sea access for Hamas terrorists.
Israel's 'apology' to Turkey will not improve relations with Turkey because relations are poor as a result of a deliberate strategy, not an unpleasant incident.
Erdogan's government has mastered the art of provocation and is being rewarded for it.
What will Israel get in return for Netanyahu’s apologizing to Turkey for IDF soldiers defending their lives? A former senior adviser to Hamas says Abbas may visit Gaza with Erdogan.
Perhaps these seeming word games and niceties are beyond the interest or comprehension of many people, but everyone involved directly on this issue knows exactly what is happening.
Erdoğan pleased with Netanyahu's apology, diplomatic relations have returned to normal, also, Erdoğan will visit Gaza next month.
Erdoğan can be seen as the anti-Atatürk, the leader who seeks to undo substantial parts of his predecessor's legacy, especially Atatürk's rejection of Shari'a, or Islamic law.
If the US cannot depend on its new “allies,” despite the supposed popularity of Obama and its policies in those places, then how can they be said to be allies at all?
Overlooking incendiary rhetoric is exactly what led to the global delegitimization of Israel.
Erdoğan's Turkey is no longer a trustworthy partner for the West but more like a mole in its inner sanctum.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized Europe for failing to combat terrorists. Of course we wasn't referring to Hezbollah.
The Deputy Prime Minister said it will be better for both Turkey and the U.S. if the ambassador minds his own business
Turkey is now not only openly hostile to the Jewish State, but also to the Jewish people.
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