Turkey is preparing for an escalation against Israel





Turkey is preparing to toughen its stance towards Israel, which refuses to apologize for the attack launched against the ship Mavi Marmara, which was heading in the flotilla to Gaza in 2010, according to official sources said on Tuesday.
Israel refuses to apologize or pay compensation to the families of activists nine Turks who were killed in the May 31, 2010 in international waters while the ship was with the Turkish fleet is trying to break the naval blockade imposed by Israel on the Gaza Strip.
The Turkish diplomat said on condition of anonymity that "the ball in the Israeli court. It is best if you decide to apologize, otherwise Turkey has an alternative plan", a day after the announcement across the new United Nations report on the deadly attack after it was scheduled for the end of the week
Turkey is considering former ally of Israel, men in the use of law to prosecute Israeli commando team members who participated in the attack, in front of international courts, according to a diplomatic source
The other option is possible at the diplomatic level that it is Turkey, which recalled its ambassador in Tel Aviv after the Israeli attack, to reduce the level of diplomatic representation, which is currently limited to a charge d'affaires.
It can also not agree on an alternative to the current Israeli ambassador in Ankara, according to a source close to the government.

Israel and show a willingness to express regret and to pay money to the families of the victims, but it insists on the refusal to apologize was an agent for the prosecution of its military potential