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Turkey talks about possible war with 'Israel'
Publication time: 2 September 2011, 21:56
Following the statements of the Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu about calling off the ambassador from Tel Aviv and reducing the level of diplomatic relations with "Israel", the leader of the Turkish opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), Kemal Kilicdaroglu, expressed concern about possible clashes between the Turkish and the "Israeli" Navy forces, reports CNN Turk.
It is to be recalled that on Friday, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that diplomatic relations between Turkey and "Israel" went over to the secondary level, in addition, Ankara has frozen its military cooperation with Tel Aviv.
The minister also said that Turkey called off its ambassador from Tel Aviv.
Davutoglu also emphasized that relations between Tel Aviv and Ankara will not be restored until the "Israel" will not bring an apology to Turkey.
Relations between Turkey and "Israel" until recently worked closely in the military-political sphere, deteriorated sharply after attacks of the Zionist militants on humanitarian convoy Freedom Flotilla on May 31 last year that was moving to a blocked Gaza.
After the attack, in which the Jews according to official data killed nine Turks, and wounded many (according to unofficial data there were more victims), Ankara announced a review of relations with Tel Aviv and demanded an official apology for the attack and compensate the families of those human rights activists killed by Jews.
It is to be mentioned in this context that the relations between Turkey and "Israel" began to deteriorate long before the massacre perpetrated by the Zionist forces against international humanitarian convoy Freedom Flotilla.
In 2010, Jordanian sources spread a report that the Turkish security forces managed to thwart an assassination attempt on Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which was preparing a subversive and terrorist organization Mossad.
Al-Majd newspaper issued in Jordan quoted an informed source in Ankara as saying that the investigations conducted with arrested Turkish and Kurdish terrorist cells, who tried to carry out the assassination operation on Prime Minister, unveiled they were linked to the Mossad in "Israel".
The Turkish source added that the head of the national Turkish intelligence is making great efforts to strengthen the role of this agency in protecting the decision-makers in Turkey after receiving confirmed information that the Mossad is looking for ways to carry out assassinations in the country through the Kurdistan workers' party (a terrorist organization even according to the US-"Israeli" templates) and terror groups inside the country.
He noted that the Turkish political leadership remained silent on this matter for political and security considerations.
The disclosure of such information has taken place as "Israel" announced that its deputy premier would leave for Ankara to meet with Erdogan's opponents.
A year before this publication, in March 2009, Turkish authorities have confirmed reports that Mossad had a clear intention to kill Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
This was become evident by the publication of data by Turkish security forces.
According to the results of investigations conducted in connection with the activity of group Ergenekon, accused of attempting a coup and overthrow the government formed by a democratically elected party Justice and Development (AK Party), the organization has cooperated with the Zionist terrorist service Mossad.
According to intelligence services of Turkey, the head of Mossad, Meir Dagan, has established contacts with the head of one of the Turkish political parties and made it clear that his agents were willing to "accomplish the mission" in case the consent of the political structure.
Department of Monitoring