ADL Raises Alarm Over Turkish Anti-SemitismADL calls out Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on anti-Israel comments, warns of dangers to Turkish Jewish community.
Israel Pulls Diplomatic Staff in Turkey Over RiotsForeign Ministry holds Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan directly responsible for incitement to violence after embassies attacked.
Erdogan: Stop Attacking Gaza or No NormalizationTurkish Prime Minister says his country’s ties with Israel will not return to normal unless Israel stops Gaza airstrikes.
Israel Rejects Turkish Demand to End Gaza BlockadePrime Minister's office confirms PM rejects last-minute precondition on normalization of ties between Israel and Turkey.
Erdogan: No Written Protocol? No NormalizationTurkish Prime Minister says that Israel must commit in writing to lifting the "siege" on Gaza for normalization with Turkey.
Turkish FM: Israel, Turkey Close to NormalizationTurkey and Israel are the closest they have been to a normalization of relations since the Marmara incident, says Ahmet Davutoglu.
Minister Peretz in Landmark Visit to TurkeyEnvironment Minister in Istanbul, the first official visit by an Israeli minister since the relations between the countries broke down.
Israelis Believe Apology to Turkey Was a Mistake71% of Israelis believe Israel's apology to Turkey was not justified, finds new poll.
Israelis Still Staying Away from TurkeyIsraeli tourists aren't rushing back to Turkey's famed “all inclusive” resorts; 83% of Israelis would not even consider the possibility
Visit of Israeli Delegation to Turkey PostponedAn Israeli delegation’s visit to Turkey to discuss compensation for the families of the Mavi Marmara victims has been postponed.
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.
Israel Agrees to Let Turkey Ship Materials to GazaIsrael allows Turkey to ship materials and experts to Gaza despite Ankara's attempts to undermine the Jewish State in NATO.
Erdogan Accuses Israel of 'Massacre' in GazaTurkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan attacks Israel, says it conducts a "slow but methodical massacre" in Gaza.
Israelis Refrain from Visiting TurkeyIn the past year there has been a decline in the number of Israelis who visit Turkey. Turks, however, continue to visit Israel.
Turkey Claims Israel is Aiding Kurdish RebelsTurkish intelligence agencies are claiming that Israeli drones recently spotted in Turkey are spying for the PKK.
Turkey Nearly Downs Israeli UAVReport: Turkish army nearly downs an Israeli unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) after it is spotted spying on Turkish equipment.
Israel Freezes Equipment Sales to TurkeyDefense Ministry orders the cancellation of the sale of advanced intelligence equipment to Turkey.
Israel, Turkey Reactivate Air Force TiesIsrael and Turkey are reactivating their military ties, beginning with a coordination mechanism between the two air forces.
Turkish President Slams Israel, Hails HamasTurkish president Abdullah Gul: Israel should stop attacking "Palestine" and make peace. Hamas wants to live in peace with Israel.
Turkish President Shuns Lunch in ViennaTurkish President Abdullah Gul refused to attend a lunch in Vienna, because Defense Minister Ehud Barak was present.
Israel Offers Turkey ‘Any Help, Any Time’President Shimon Peres tells Turkey that Israel will give whatever help necessary after earthquake.
Erdogan Tries to Extort IsraelTurkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is trying to extort an Israeli apology over the 2010 Gaza Flotilla with diplomatic threats
Turkey Insists on ApologyDespite recent reports that Israel’s ties with Turkey are warming up, Turkey’s prime minister insists Israel must apologize for Marmara raid.
UN Gaza Flotilla Report: July 7The final draft of the UN committee report on the 2010 Gaza Flotilla will be submitted this week as the 2011 flotilla gets underway.
Israel-Turkey Ties Warming Up?Turkish newspaper reports Israel warming up to Turkey in light of the IHH pulling out of this year’s Gaza flotilla.
Turkey 3rd-Largest Export MarketDespite political tensions, Turkey has become Israel's third-largest export market, up from ninth-largest last year.
Danon's 'Apology' to TurkeyTurkey demands an apology for Mavi Marmara incident. MK Danon says: 'Sorry we didn't shoot sooner.'
No Apology to TurkeyThe Prime Minister told a Likud faction meeting Monday that Israel will not apologize to Turkey over the Mavi Marmara incident.
Israel and Turkey Heal Wounds?Israel and Turkey are working on ways to end the chilliness between the two governments. But obstacles to reaching a full healing still remain.
Fire Destroys Anti-Israel FilmFire destroyed negatives of the popular Turkish anti-Israel film, “The Valley of the Wolves: Palestine.”
90% Fewer Israelis in TurkeyIsraeli tourism to Turkey, already low in 2009, has dropped again and is now 90% lower than in the summer of 2009.
Barak Worried over Israeli InfoBarak worries that the new Turkish intelligence chief supports Iran, explains that Turkey is partner to “quite a few" Israeli secrets.
Israelis Not Yet Going to TurkeyNewspaper report says Israelis stopped travelling to Turkey long before flotilla incident; situation will remain the same in the near future.
Turkish Flag in Old CityIllegal signs in the Old City of Jerusalem bear Turkish flag; Turkish government claims signs hung in “Palestine.”
Syria Backs TurkeySyrian President Assad drummed up more warnings of war, blaming Israel for undermining Middle East stability because of its rift with Turkey.
Israel: No Apology for TurkeyTurkey continues to demand an apology after citizens killed for attacking IDF soldiers, Lieberman: It's not going to happen.
IDF to Get Turkish CarsMultimillion dollar Defense Ministry leasing contracts will involve Turkish-made Hyundai cars, even as Israelis boycott Turkey's resorts.
Turkey Closes Skies to IsraelTurkish media reports that Erdogan is closing the nation's skies to Israeli planes.
Turkey Cancels Water SaleTurkey has canceled a planned water sale that was to provide Israel with water for 20 years.
Turkey May Keep Ambassador HomeTurkey threatens not to return its ambassador without an apology for the Mavi Marmara clash. Israel: That won't happen.
'Turkey Ties Worth Saving'Former Mossad chief Ephraim Halevy argues for calm over flotilla incident, says Israel and Turkey have mutual interests worth protecting.
Israelis Support Raid, BlockadeIsraelis support flotilla raid, Gaza blockade, Netanyahu and Ashkenazi, poll finds. Strong criticism for Turkey, Ehud Barak, Obama.
Nasrallah Fears IDFIran may provide security for Hizbullah head Nasrallah to prevent assassination by IDF en route to Turkey, after Erdogan invites him.
Turkish Hackers Target IsraelTurkish hackers targeted Israeli sites, including A7. Israeli hackers struck back, defacing several Turkish sites. Online battle rages.
Pro-IDF Protesters Slam TurkeyIsraelis gather outside Turkish embassy to support IDF. Protesters accuse Turkey of supporting terrorism, deride its leaders.
Israelis Told to Avoid TurkeyThe Counterterrorism Bureau warns Israelis to avoid Turkey, as riots rage in Istanbul following clash at sea.
Intl. Response to Gaza ClashGreece, Turkey and Spain summon Israeli ambassadors over Gaza flotilla incident, EU demands explanations.
Will Israel-Syria Talks Resume?Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan will be in Syria on Wednesday for a surprise trip that may be an attempt to revive Israeli-Syrian talks.