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Rifa'at 'Ali Abou-El-Haj reevaluates the proven ancient view of the Ottoman Empire as an japanese despotic countryside in decline and as a substitute analyzes it as a latest country resembling modern states in Europe and Asia.

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1951, ISA 2568/7. 106. Sharett to Sasson, 1 July 1951, ISA 338/19; Sasson to Foreign Ministry, Oct. , April, June, July, Dec. 1951, ISA 2515/11–13, 2382/1, 2565/7, 2515/12, 338/19, 2527/1/a. 107. Ben Ya’acov, “Mission in Ankara”. 108. , 2 April, 10 May 1950, ISA 2568/10; Sasson to Eytan, 19 May, 28 May 1950, ISA 53/2; Sasson to Dibon, 27 June 1950, ISA 53/9; Sasson to Dibon, 14 Jan. 1951, ISA 2568/7. 109. Ankara to Foreign Ministry, 30 Dec. 1952, ISA 2515/14. 110. Sasson to Dibon, 13 Feb. 1951, ISA 2515/11.

1949, ISA 2567/ 9. 35. Sasson to Foreign Ministry, 11 Jan. 1951, ISA 2382/1; Sasson to Foreign Ministry, 13 Feb. 1951, ISA 2515/11. 36. Maurice Fisher, Israeli Minister in Ankara, to Foreign Ministry, 29 Dec. 1953, ISA 50/24. 37. Sasson to Foreign Ministry, 24 Jan. 1951, ISA 2570/7 (author’s emphasis); Sasson to Shmuel Dibon, Foreign Ministry Middle East Department, 24 Jan. 1951, ISA 53/6. 38. Shmuel Dibon to Moshe Sharett, 15 July 1951, ISA 2569/9; Sasson to Foreign Ministry, 24 Jan. 1951, ISA 2570/7.

100. Sasson to Eytan, 30 Aug. 1950, ISA 2568/6; Sasson to Dibon, 11 Jan. 1951, ISA 2382/1. 101. Sasson to Foreign Ministry, 22 April 1950, ISA 2567/15. 102. Sasson to Dibon, 29 May 1950, ISA 53/9. 103. Sasson to Foreign Ministry, May-June 1950, Jan. 1951, March 1952, ISA 53/2, 53/9, 2568/7, 2515/13. 104. Sasson to Dibon, 26 June 1950, ISA 53/9; journal of the legation, 16 April 1950, ISA 2568/10. 105. Ankara to Foreign Ministry, 6 June, 12 Dec. 1952, ISA 2515/14; Sasson to Dibon, 14 Jan. 1951, ISA 2568/7.

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