Some time after the dhimmi apology issued to Recep Erdogan over the flotilla case, a new poll finds plenty consider the apology wrong
The poll, commissioned by the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, found that 85 percent of Israelis say the chances of their going on vacation to Turkey in the near future are very low. Only 28% of Israelis believe that relations between Israel and Turkey under Erdogan will improve in the near future, while 42% think relations will stay the same and 30% believe they will deteriorate further.
Most Israelis (71%) believe Israel's apology to Turkey was not justified, while only 29% think it was.
I think the next apology should be issued to the Israeli public for ever having wasted their time making one to Turkey in the first place.
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