U.S. Jewish leaders talk in pained, hushed tones about the “red lines” that Turkey has crossed in its relationship with Israel. Still, the fragile consensus emerging from the establishment Jewish organizational leadership is that the relationship it has cultivated over the decades with Turkey is worth preserving — at least for now.
To the Editor: What nonsense to worry that the Israeli interception of the flotilla will tip the balance regarding Turkey. The tipping began with the election of Erdogan as prime minister and his Islamist direction for his country. I don’t understand why Israel is still pretending that Turkey is an ally. All contracts to supply […]