Israel Takes Steps To Lessen Turkey's Ability To Interfere With Oil Supply


Israel’s relations with Turkey have deteriorated since 31 May 2010 when Israeli Naval Special Forces commandos killed nine activists, including eight Turkish citizens and U.S. national Furkan Dogan during a raid in international waters on the Mavi Marmara, the largest ship in the "Gaza Freedom Flotilla," which was attempting to deliver humanitarian supplies to the Gaza Strip.

Most of the crude oil currently used in Israel and refined at Israel’s Oil Refineries Ltd. in Haifa and

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