In Greenmantle, by John Buchan, the British officer Richard Hannay was on a secret mission in Turkey during First World War, and he was attending a party including Enver Pasha, a prominant Turkish official, and Gaudian, a German engineer. Now he's talking about Enver after meeting him:
The little fellow amused me tremendously, and rather impressed me too. I said so to Gaudian after he had left, but that decent soul didn’t agree.
“I do not love him,” he said. “We are allies—yes; but friends—no. He is no true son of Islam, which is a noble faith and despises liars and boasters and betrayers of their salt.”
That was the verdict of one honest man on this ruler in Israel. The next night I got another from Blenkiron on a greater than Enver.
What does the mention of Israel suggest here? That's its only occurrence, and Enver was actually an official in Turkey!