Even though Turkey provides an economic lifeline to Israel, it appears not to be enough for the Zionist entity. It is seeking to restore political relations with Ankara.
“Israel's government is looking to re-establish full diplomatic relations with Turkey by jointly appointing ambassadors to each country, an Israeli official source told Middle East Eye, noting that the two have common interests such as Syria and natural gas supplies in the Eastern Mediterranean.”
The re-establishment of official ties with Israel will further undermine Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan’s reputation in the region.
Under Erdogan’s leadership, Turkey has demonstrated a great deal of flexibility and pragmaticism towards Zionist Israel that is totally lacking in the case of Syria.
This dichotomy is being widely noticed by the Muslim masses.
Courtesy: Middle East Eye