Turkey's parliament called on the government Wednesday to review all ties with Israel, as the country prepared a huge welcome home for hundreds of Turks detained after Israel's bloody raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla. In Israel, all of the nearly 700 aid workers from the relief ships will be deported by the end of the day, Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein said Wednesday. He added that Israel has decided not to prosecute any of them, writing in an order that "keeping them here would do more damage to the country's vital interests than good." Israel has come under harsh international condemnation after its commandos stormed an aid flotilla in international waters on Monday, setting off clashes that killed nine activists trying to break the Israeli and Egyptian naval blockade of the Gaza Strip.