Turkey And Israel

Israel to reopen trade office in Istanbul, in further sign of warming ties

Reopening the economic attaché’s office “reflects Israel’s commitment to deepening economic ties with Turkey,” Economy and Industry Minister Orna Barbivay said.

Travel warning for Israelis to Turkey lowers to medium after Iranian threats

The statement came 10 days after Turkish intelligence revealed that it stopped an Iranian attack against a number of Israeli tourists.

Israel, Turkey, and a small matter of genocide

When it comes to recognizing the Armenian genocide, it’s not only about taking a moral position, but also about knowing one’s own history.

By SHMUEL LEDERMAN
24/04/2022

Turkish energy minister aims for Israel visit to talk gas pipeline

Energy Minister Karin Elharrar and Turkish counterpart Fatih Dönmez spoke at the sidelines of the International Energy Agency’s conference in Paris

Israel: Ties with Cyprus, Greece going strong after Herzog-Erdogan call

Israel’s relations with Greece and Cyprus, historic rivals of Turkey, grew closer in a period in which tensions between Israel and Turkey flared.

Armenian genocide memorial in Lyon, France

Jewish scholar calls on Israel government to recognize Armenian genocide

Israel Charny's new book reveals how Turkey pressured Israel to deny the Armenian genocide.

By JORDAN PIKE
12/07/2021
SWEDES ENJOY themselves at an outdoor restaurant amid the coronavirus outbreak, in Stockholm on Apri

Israeli tourist deported from Turkey for blowing nose in Turkish bill

With a duration of 10 seconds, what started as a joke towards Turkey's economy, resulted in Muhammad Nader Badrana being deported.

By JORDAN PIKE
05/07/2021
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attends a meeting of his ruling AK Party via video link in Ankara,

Turkey invites Steinitz for highest-level visit in years

Erdogan and other senior Turkish officials have made public overtures towards Israel in the past year, and inviting Steinitz to the conference is another step in that vein.

Israel, UAE, Greece, Cyprus summit sends message to Turkey - analysis

Ever since Israel signed the Abraham Accords in Washington last September, the threat that Iran posed to Israel and the Gulf countries has widely been seen as the glue cementing those relationships.

18/04/2021
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