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Israel has turned down
several Turkish requests for advanced
military hardware, according to Israeli
and Western intelligence sources.
Sources in Ankara say that the impact
from Prime minister Tayyep Recep Erdogan's alignment with Syria and Iran
and poisonous attacks on Israel is
beginning to cut into the Turkish army's
operational capabilities. In recent
weeks, Turkish naval chiefs tried to find
out in particular if Israel would be willing to sell the Barak 8 missile
interceptor, whose radar provides 360-
degree coverage against incoming
missiles or air attack, and which was
developed in partnership with India.
Security sources told that it was decided in Jerusalem not to sell, in case
Erdogan decided to allow Iranian
military intelligence experts to study
the Barak-8 and analyze its technology.
This interceptor is a key defensive
component for the Israeli missile and warships patrolling the Persian Gulf
seas opposite Iran, the Red Sea and the
Eastern Mediterranean opposite Syrian
and Lebanese shores.

India and Israel will not sell Turkey advanced naval Barak-8 interceptor
 

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Israel has turned down
several Turkish requests for advanced
military hardware, according to Israeli
and Western intelligence sources.
Sources in Ankara say that the impact
from Prime minister Tayyep Recep Erdogan's alignment with Syria and Iran
and poisonous attacks on Israel is
beginning to cut into the Turkish army's
operational capabilities. In recent
weeks, Turkish naval chiefs tried to find
out in particular if Israel would be willing to sell the Barak 8 missile
interceptor, whose radar provides 360-
degree coverage against incoming
missiles or air attack, and which was
developed in partnership with India.
Security sources told that it was decided in Jerusalem not to sell, in case
Erdogan decided to allow Iranian
military intelligence experts to study
the Barak-8 and analyze its technology.
This interceptor is a key defensive
component for the Israeli missile and warships patrolling the Persian Gulf
seas opposite Iran, the Red Sea and the
Eastern Mediterranean opposite Syrian
and Lebanese shores.

India and Israel will not sell Turkey advanced naval Barak-8 interceptor
Thursday, 29 April 2010 10:43

BTW, Who requested to order Barak missiles and so Israel refused to sell it ?
 

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Even India refused to sanction Turkey's request. It can only mean that the erdogan government cannot be trusted to protect secrets.

We have no outstanding issues that needs resolving with Turkey. Turkey simply needs to be more "honest". Disregarding licensing restrictions will only end up with the offender losing even the semblance of credibility.

The news is more than a year old though.
 

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Israel has turned down
several Turkish requests for advanced
military hardware, according to Israeli
and Western intelligence sources.
Sources in Ankara say that the impact
from Prime minister Tayyep Recep Erdogan's alignment with Syria and Iran
and poisonous attacks on Israel is
beginning to cut into the Turkish army's
operational capabilities. In recent
weeks, Turkish naval chiefs tried to find
out in particular if Israel would be willing to sell the Barak 8 missile
interceptor, whose radar provides 360-
degree coverage against incoming
missiles or air attack, and which was
developed in partnership with India.
Security sources told that it was decided in Jerusalem not to sell, in case
Erdogan decided to allow Iranian
military intelligence experts to study
the Barak-8 and analyze its technology.
This interceptor is a key defensive
component for the Israeli missile and warships patrolling the Persian Gulf
seas opposite Iran, the Red Sea and the
Eastern Mediterranean opposite Syrian
and Lebanese shores.

India and Israel will not sell Turkey advanced naval Barak-8 interceptor
Are you high or something? bringing outdated, totally BS article here
 

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Even India refused to sanction Turkey's request. It can only mean that the erdogan government cannot be trusted to protect secrets.

We have no outstanding issues that needs resolving with Turkey. Turkey simply needs to be more "honest". Disregarding licensing restrictions will only end up with the offender losing even the semblance of credibility.

The news is more than a year old though.
Man, Firstly find a way to develop a proper cost-effective SAM to deploy on frigates, Then think over sanctions for export markets that gave an order those missiles from India.
 

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I believe such a thing happened. But it must be in 2004/2005, when our relations with Israel was superb.
 

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I believe such a thing happened. But it must be in 2004/2005, when our relations with Israel was superb.

Man, Turkey's Roketsan is a development partner of ESSM missile prgram and Those missiles have aleady been deplyed on Turkish frigates.




Besides, While SM-1 and 2 missiles are on Turkey's agenda and Domestic VL low and Medium altitude missiles are on development phases, Why Turkey give an order for a missile from Israel?
 

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Man, Turkey's Roketsan is a development partner of ESSM missile prgram and Those missiles have aleady been deplyed on Turkish frigates.




Besides, While SM-1 and 2 missiles are on Turkey's agenda and Domestic VL low and Medium altitude missiles are on development phases, Why Turkey give an order for a missile from Israel?
Do you remember the discussion in the SSF under the Milgem thread?

I will post a picture about the early version of Milgem, but i need to get a permit from its owner.
 

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