Israel And Turkey

—- NPR's Linda Gradstein reports on strange bedfellows in the Middle East: Turkey and Israel. Despite the broken-down peace process and an Islamic government in Turkey, the two nations have important military and economic ties. Free trade provides benefits for each country, and the military relationship allows for added security in the face of common enemies Iran and Syria.

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