Nuray Mert is a Turkish journalist. It's just her luck that she should be Tzipi Livini's look-alike. And judging by her article in the pro-government English language Hurriyet Daily News, she is the only Turkish journalist with balls:
Anti-Semitism is not as popular in Turkey as it is in many Muslim countries, yet the danger exists. Unfortunately, most Turkish intellectuals are not concerned, but there is a tradition of anti-Semitism especially among conservative circles (and now among secular nationalist circles) in Turkey. Many intellectuals define anti-Semitism only as “hostility toward Jews” and underestimate the fact that anti-Semitism is also a kind of “reaction toward modernity,” so therefore an essential aspect of almost all authoritarian politics.
When anti-Kurdish feelings meet anti-Semitism, one must say farewell to democracy. I hope we do not come to this point.
Check out for yourself: source.