Wed, 08/01/2012 - 09:40
“The Turks are currently not behaving in very helpful manner,” an Israeli diplomatic official told The Times of Israel this week.
This may have something to do with it:
Autopsies performed in Turkey showed that eight of the nine killed had died of 9mm gunshot wounds, with one death from an unnamed atypical round. Five had gunshot wounds to the head and at least four were shot from both back and front. According to the UNHRC report, six were the victims of "summary executions", including two shot after they were severely injured.
Doğan was shot five times from less than 45 cm, in the face, in the back of the head, twice in the leg and once in the back.
Tue, 08/07/2012 - 11:07
The terrorist affiliates who died on board the Mavi Mamara were of the same ideological mindset as the murderer who killed 5 Israeli tourists and a driver in Bulgaria last month .
The difference is that the terrorists on board the Mamara attempted to kill armed and trained soldiers rather than civilians . The soldiers used lethal force
only when it was apparent their lives were in danger .
As for the number of rounds fired . It's irrelevant . That is what they and any other specialist unit are trained to do . The Mamara terrorists died attempting to kill Jews .
There will be no apology for Ergodan for the death of Islamist terrorists .
Turkey should be held responsible for letting them on board in the first place and pay compensation to the soldiers and their families for trauma suffered .
Fri, 08/10/2012 - 17:00
(why do information pieces like this have to be posted in other people's blogs?)
globes (the israeli business newspaper) (10/6/2012) says yes …
and, if so, would romney be any different?
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