has decided not to apologize to
for last year’s deadly raid on a Turkish protest flotilla bound for
Gaza ahead of a United Nations report on the episode scheduled to be
published early next week, according to a senior Israeli official.
Turkey has demanded an official apology, compensation to victims’
relatives and a lifting of the blockade on Gaza as conditions for
normalizing its heavily strained relations with Israel, formerly an
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