Better than expulsion.
Earlier this year, the two nations were on the verge of repairing a broken alliance. Is that possibility still alive?
Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Erdogan met publicly for the first time.
Jerusalem benefits from the regime’s weakness, and the American and Turkish presence.
Renewing ties with Ankara without risking relations with Greece and Cyprus.
Sending a message that “We’re no patsies.”
Kemal Kilicdaroglu isn’t Turkey’s Barack Obama.
Those who replace him might feel a need to display their anti-Israel credentials.
Just by giving a speech, he cooled political passions.
Jerusalem can use Ankara’s relations with Hamas to its advantage.
Despite the thaw between Jerusalem and Ankara.
Oil, drones, military bases, and mosques.
Despite their differences, the two countries both see Iran as a threat.
Jerusalem should press for the expulsion of Hamas.