If there was any doubt that Turkey was anti-Israel, this should put it to rest.
In a speech to the Arab League this week, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan ridiculed Israel, demanding it apologize for last year's Gaza flotilla deaths and compensate the families of the "martyrs," while also endorsing a Palestinian state. And not surprisingly, the speech took place in Egypt:
And yes, the Al Jazeera reporter did use the words "he did not disappoint" to describe his anti-Israel speech. The anti-Israel sentiment is strong in the Middle East.