Israeli FM Stokes Tensions With Turkey | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Israeli FM Stokes Tensions With Turkey

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman angrily responded to comments made by his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu in a Turkish newspaper. Davutoglu called for Israel to either apologize for the killing of Turkish civilians on the Mavi Marmara aid ship or, failing that, to permit an international investigation.

Lieberman insisted that neither of these options was acceptable, and once again chastised Turkey for what he called major policy changes. Since Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had already made it clear that Israel would not apologize for the killings, Lieberman’s comments appear to be little but an attempt to reassert himself in the foreign affairs of the nation.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Ahmet Davutoglu and Turkey's President Edrogan have been demonstrating infinitely more "male attributes" than has the US President on the issue of the Israeli massacre of Turkish - and one US- nationals on a humanitarian aid ship on the high seas.