Israel and Turkey are have announced on Sunday that they have reached an agreement to end their six-year old diplomatic crisis. Relations have been strained since May 2010 after nine Turkish citizens were killed during a raid by Israel Navy commandos on the Turkish ship Mavi Marmara, which was headed for the Gaza Strip in an attempt to break the Israeli blockade of the territory. Haaretz has learned that the declaration expected Sunday was enabled following understandings the sides reached some 10 days ago about Hamas activities in Turkey. Mossad chief Yossi Cohen, who went on a secret visit to Turkey, agreed with its National Intelligence Organization head Hakan Fidan on the main understandings. Under the agreement, Hamas offices may continue to operate in Turkey for the purpose of diplomatic activity. A senior Israeli official said Sunday that as part of the reconciliation agreement that is being ironed out with Turkey, the Turkish government has committed that Hamas will not carry out any terrorist or military activity against Israel from Turkish territory. Really curious why this news isn't anywhere to be seen on the mainstream news here in America. We obviously all know by now the Turkish president supports ISIS, and now Israel is signing a pack with the nation that does so. Could this move of Israel signing a pack with Turkey make Americans rethink their support of Israel? Why in the hell would Israel sign a pack with a nation that is a known terror supporter especially with constant proof of supporting ISIS?