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Turkey's prime minister said Monday that Israel's raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla last year was "cause for war" but added that his country showed "patience" and refrained from taking any action.
Turkey's prime minister said Tuesday his nation's navy will step up its surveillance of the eastern Mediterranean Sea since Israel has refused to apologize for last year's deadly raid on a Gaza-bound protest flotilla there.
Syrians should not take up arms in their uprising against President Bashar Assad or invite foreign military action like the intervention that helped topple the government of Libya, a prominent activist group warned Monday.
Turkey's government is returning hundreds of properties confiscated from the country's Christian and Jewish minorities in the past 75 years in a gesture to religious groups who complain of discrimination that also is likely to thwart possible court rulings against the country.
An Israeli ambassador described Turkey's prime minister as a "fundamentalist" who hates the Jewish state on religious grounds, according a U.S. diplomatic cable recently released.
Turkey's prime minister compared Syria's president to Libya's Moammar Gadhafi on Wednesday, as Damascus defied international calls to end the crackdown on a 5-month-old uprising.
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, once considered a friend to Israel, has had the audacity to demand that Israel apologize for last year's incident involving the Gaza-bound ship Mavi Marmara. In fact, the Turkish government owes Israel an apology for this attack, along with other recent actions that have threatened the lives of Israeli citizens.
In 2010, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan sat beside the armed forces chief at an annual meeting to decide on appointments in the military command.
The Turkish military casts itself as a defender of the nation against internal threats as well as external ones, and describes soldiers who die in combat with Kurdish rebels as martyrs.