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1948, ISA 2570/11. 62. Boris Guriel, head of Foreign Ministry Research Department, 3–4 April 1950, 52/2. 63. Sasson to Uriel Heyd, 19 Aug. 1949, ISA 2568/1; Eliyahu Sasson to Moshe Sasson, 24 Jan. 1951, ISA 2570/7. The Turkish authorities insisted most vigorously that their affairs be removed from the Middle East Department. “We are not Arabs”, they argued. Shimoni in conversation with the writer, June 1984. 64. Sasson to Foreign Ministry Middle East Department, 18 June 1950, ISA 53/9. 65. Sasson, journal of the legation, 14 March 1950, ISA 2568/10.
1951, ISA 2570/7. 71. , 2 Nov. 1948, ISA 2570/11. 72. , 24 Oct. 1948, ibid. 73. SHAI agent Ezra Danin to Sasson, 24 Oct. 1948, ibid (author’s emphasis). 74. Shimoni to Sasson, 22 Sept. 1948, ibid. 75. Shimoni to Sasson, 2 Nov. 1948, ibid. 76. Shimoni to Sasson, 22 Sept. 1948, ibid. 77. Ibid. 78. Yaccob Tzur, Israel’s Ambassador in France, to Foreign Ministry, 15 Dec. 1953, ISA 50/6. 79. Ibid. 80. Ibid. 81. Eliashiv Ben-Horin to Foreign Ministry, 4 Oct. 1954, ISA 2515/14. 82. Sharett, Personal Diary, 22 June 1955, p.
IS A 2570/11. 91. Sharett, Personal Diary, 2 May 1955, p. 713. 92. Eytan to Sasson, 23 Jan. 1951, ISA 2566/18; Sasson to Foreign Ministry, 10 Feb. 1951, ISA 338/20. 40 ISRAEL, TURKEY AND GREECE 93. Sasson maintained that he was obliged to resort to written communication with the Foreign Ministry on almost every matter— whether for reports or consultations, or receipt of instructions—because few Ministry officials came to Ankara bearing verbal directives. This was how he justified his voluminous correspondence with the Ministry.