Turkey more dangerous to Israel than Iran


The deteriorating relations between Turkey and the Zionist entity are really scaring the hell out the neocons (mostly Zionist Jews) and the Israel Lobby.

Last week, while visiting Turkey, John Kerry advised Turkish leaders to mend their relations with the Zionist regime – on Tel Aviv’s terms of course. That’s to distance itself from the Islamic Republic, Hizbullah and Hamas.

On November 5, 2010 – Michael Singh wrote an Op-Ed in the Foreign Policy magazine, founded in 1970 by the Islamophobe Samuel P. Huntington (author of the ‘Clash of Civilizations’). In the Op-Ed, Michael Singh asserted that the current stand-off between Ankara and Tel Aviv undermines the security of the region more than Turkey-Iran friendship or the Turkey-EU tension.

However, as expected, Michael Singh blames Turkish leaders for not understanding Israeli point of views – such as Israeli commando attack on Gaza flotilla, murdering nine Turkish aid workers, because Israel considered it a “provocation irresponsibly endorsed by Turkish authorities” and that’s why the Zionist-regime “has refused Ankara’s demands and insisted its navy’s actions lawful”.

The writer then blame Ankara for its support for the Islamic Republic, Syria, Hizbullah and Hamas – as the ruling party AKP’s political agenda to stay in power and attract Arab support:

“The motivations of Prime Minister Erdogan and the AKP government for eschewing Turkey’s alliance with Israel are unclear. It would be easy to write them off as mere populism — what easier way to garner votes in the Middle East than going after Israel? And certainly domestic politics sits atop the AKP’s agenda at the moment as the party completes a near total consolidation of power.”

I am sure the Sardarji from India do remember that on June 10, 2006 – Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was honored by the Israel Lobby Anti-Defamtion League’s (ADL) national director Abraham Foxman with ADL’s highest “Courage to Care Award”. Abe Foxman, on Ankara’s request, asked pro-Israel lawmakers to vote against the Armenian Genocide resolution – which blamed Turkey for the murder of 1.5 million Armenians. The Armenian genocide was in fact carried out by Crypto-Jewish elites of the Young Turk Movement. However, Abe Foxman changed his tune after the Israeli attack on Free Gaza flotilla and blamed AKP of ‘anti-Semitism’.

Sardar Michael Singh also believes that Ankara’s anti-Israel actions “far from bolstering Turkish influence, however, deteriorating ties with Israel can only diminish Ankara’s standing (in the region)”.

The fact is that Ankara-Tel Aviv collaboration since the 1950s – had been, sort of, one-way – domination of US and Israel in every Turkish sector. The Zionist entity received billions of dollars of military contracts from Turkey and US-NATO established its largest military base in the region at Incirlik. Turkey and Iran (till 1979) were the only non-Arab countries in the region which had recognized the Jewish occupation of a Muslim Arab land. The Zionist entity had been exploiting the old Turk-Arab hatred (Arabs collaboration with the Western colonialists against the Ottoman Empire) for decades in order to get Turkey’s support at various international forums.

Sardarji further asserted that Ankara’s closer relations with Syria and Iran – “Turkey undermines its own role as a mediator in regional disputes”. In other words, he believes that any regional country which looks after its own strategic interests instead of Israel’s interest is not a reliable negotiator!!

Now, Sardar Michael Singh is no fool. He is a visiting fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy (arm of Israel Lobby AIPAC) and former senior director for Middle East affairs at the National Security Council.

One response to “Turkey more dangerous to Israel than Iran

  1. read this funny piece, i wonder who gave him a professor title:

    Poll Shows The Shocking Reality of Arab Public Opinion
    http://www.globalpolitician.com/26557-arab

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