Between Turkey and Israel, the Wounds Run Deep

Howe, Marvine
October 2012
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Oct2012, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p34
The article discusses the relationship between Turkey and Israel. It claims that the situation between the two countries is getting better two years after the assault by the Israel Defense Forces of a Turkish cruise ship sailing for a humanitarian mission to Gaza in 2010. The opinion of lawyer Ramazan Ariturk on the incident is also cited.


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