Sunday, November 04, 2007

Turgid Turkish Prose

Haaretz is such a Jewishly-weak paper.

On the proposed Turkish monument, they write:-

Turkey controlled this area until 1917, when it was ousted by the British during World War I. Today, it has good relations with Israel, but during the war, it deported many Jews because a Jewish group known as Nili had been providing intelligence to the British.


Yes, surely.

But they hanged two Jews - Naaman Belkind and Yosef Lishansky!

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