Israel To Apologize For “Mistakes” During Flotilla Attack
The Israeli Ministerial Cabinet discussed on Wednesday the current crisis with Turkey that resulted after Israel attacked the Turkish solidarity Ship of the Freedom Flotilla last year, killing nine Turkish activists, and decided to apologize for what was described as “mistakes that took place during the attack,” but will not apologize for the attack itself.
The Israeli Radio reported on Wednesday evening that the council discussed a proposal calling on the government to apologize for mistakes that took place when the Israeli army attacked the MV Marmara Turkish ship of the Freedom Flotilla.
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