Of course the one tiny Jewish state should not apologize to Turkey and the other 56 enormous Muslim countries for defending itself. But the world is under the spell of Islamic barbarity, so nothing is a given.
One only has to have a cursory knowledge of the brutal and monstrous history of the Jews in Muslim Lands to understand what a post-dhimmi Jew is, but clearly Turkey is reverting to its Ottoman empirical supremacist thuggery, with the OIC leading the way. The 1,400-year treatment of the Jews under Muslim rule is without peer, save for the Nazis, who were more advanced and modern, and made extermination their ultimate goal -- whereas under the sharia, slavery, exploitation, persecution, humiliation and extermination were the mixed bag suffered by the Jews. But make no mistake: the Muslim world was aligned with Hitler, and the leader of the Muslim world, Mufti al-Husseini, was responsible for the deaths of 400,000 Jewish women and children during the Shoah. The Muslim armies he raised in Bosnia were said to be the most vicious and bloodthirsty.
In his memoirs [al-Husseini] wrote: "Our fundamental condition for cooperating with Germany was a free hand to eradicate every last Jew from Palestine and the Arab world. I asked Hitler for an explicit undertaking to allow us to solve the Jewish problem in a manner befitting our national and racial aspirations and according to the scientific methods innovated by Germany in the handling of its Jews. The answer I got was: 'The Jews are yours.'
The Muslim world never expressed remorse nor made reparation for its role in Holocaust. And Turkey has never been held accountable for the 1915 Armenian Genocide, resulting the Islamic slaughter of millions of Armenian Christians. Turkey should be sponsoring our Freedom from Jihad flotilla to save the vicitms of sharia living in Muslim countries (we had to push the launch back to raise funds, and get a ship and a country to sail under. Freedom is growing increasingly unpopular in a leftist/Islamic world). Instead, Turkey supported a genocidal mission against Jews. We must demand the end of Turkey's occupation of Northern Cyprus and demand justice for Armenia and the Kurds.
Benjamin Netanyahu has said Israel would not apologise to Turkey for the deaths of Turkish activists on board the Mavi Mara flotilla.
In his first public statement since the UN-commissioned Palmer Report was leaked, the Israeli Prime Minister claimed it as proof that Israel's five-year blockade of Gaza is justified and the Israeli navy was correct to intercept activist vessels attempting to break the siege.
"Israel has a right to defend itself," he said at a weekly cabinet meeting. "We do not need to apologise for working to defend our children, our citizens and our cities."
In keeping with the report's recommendations, Netanyahu went on to express regret that nine Turkish activists were killed in the incident on May 31 2010.
"I hope we will find a way to overcome the dispute with Turkey," Netanyahu said.
Reacting to Israel's refusal to apologise, Turkey expelled Israel's ambassador in Ankara on Friday and cut all military ties with the Jewish state, bringing bilateral relations to their lowest point in decades.