In Facebook post, PM Netanyahu explains his decision to apologize to Turkey over Marmara raid, normalize relations with Ankara. 'Changing reality requires that we reexamine our relations with countries in the region,' he says
"The fact that the Syrian crisis is constantly intensifying was a prime consideration," he explained in a post on his Facebook page.
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Originally posted by FidelityMusic
Turkey and Israel need to get things together in their region. We shouldn't be over there for anything these days. If it takes an apology, whether meant for all the wrong reasons or not, as long as anyone in the middle east is working together It's a good thing in my opinion. If it comes down to it, let them worry about Syria together, they're no threat to the American people, so our government should stay the hell out of it.