Turkey: Israeli Compensation Not EnoughTurkey’s Deputy Prime Minister says his country will not be satisfied with Israel simply paying compensation to the Marmara victims.
Israelis Believe Apology to Turkey Was a Mistake71% of Israelis believe Israel's apology to Turkey was not justified, finds new poll.
Israel and Turkey Close to a Compensation DealTurkish and Israeli officials have come "close" to a deal on compensation for the 2010 raid on the Mavi Marmara.
Compensation Agreement with Turkey 'Close'Turkey and Israel are close to signing a deal involving payments to relatives of dead terror activists.
Bennett: Erdogan Trying to Make Us Regret ApologyBayit Yehudi minister – "No country is doing Israel a favor by restoring ties with it."
Erdogan: Don't Expect Normal Ties, Despite ApologyBefore Turkey normalizes ties with Israel, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said, it expects Israel to 'fulfill its promises'
After Israeli Apology, Erdogan Plans Gaza VisitA day after Israel apologized to Turkey over the Marmara incident, PM Erdogan announced that he will visit Gaza soon.
Kerry: Reconciliation Vital for PeaceIsrael and Turkey's rapprochement is a vital factor in developing peace and stability, says U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
Amidror: Apology Wasn't Made Under U.S. PressureNational Security Adviser Yaakov Amidror confirmed that the situation in Syria was the main reason for Israel’s apology to Turkey.
MK Chetboun: Apology a Knife in Soldiers' BacksBayit Yehudi MK says Turkey apology sends a message to soldiers: "We don't have your backs."
Netanyahu: Syria Chaos a Factor in ApologyPrime Minister explains concern over Syria's WMDs and "additional regional challenges" necessitate dialogue between Israel and Turkey.
Ayalon: No Humiliation in ApologyFormer Dep. Foreign Minister says Turkey is the one who backed down in accepting phone apology.