International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online)

The Political and Security Variables of Turkish-Israeli Relations and Its Impact on Turkish-Arab Relations: 2002-2014
Dr. Sayel Falah Alserhan, Dr. Adel Turky Alqadi

Abstract
The main aim of this study is to analyze the political and security variables of Turkish-Israeli relations and its impact on Turkish Arab relations. Moreover, the study aim to discuss the implications of these relations whether at regional or international level on the Turkish-Arab relations because Israel and Turkey have an important role in the international system. The study used two methods: the theory of role and decision-making being the best for linking descriptions, explanation and analysis of the study variables. The main finding of the study that is Turkey start addressing the Arab people without going through their rulers. In addition is seeks to invest the current situation in the region to gain necessary amount of trust and built a prestigious regional position as regional leader .Furthermore, it has been concluded in the study that the extant of the Turkey's relationship with Israel depends on the interaction with its interest in the region, and Turkey will remain ranged in its relations with Israel and the Arabs on the basis that it is neither ally of the Arabs nor an enemy of Israel.

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