The need to preempt Iran and export gas to Egypt was the reason the government gave to push through its controversial plan for Israel's natural gas. Now, this reason may no longer exist.03:48 31.08.15 | 0 comments
this is yet another worthless analysis from haaretz. isn't it amazing that the paper with so little circulation in israel, if you remove the mandatory delivery to various state institutions, manages its international site. this is because it caters to international liberals/ israel haters. take this analysis, it would make some sense if other democratic countries in the world were in a situation similar to israel and solved all their problems using different approach. nope, this is not the case, so why do you critisize the gaza policy if you don't have a better alternative, verified elsewhere in the world. did you forget the lebanon where israel withdrew to the un-recognized border and got rockets in responce. did the un protect us from the rockets. did it give us free hand to destroy hizballah. re gaza- did you conviniently forget the rockets to sderot after we withdrew from gaza. so, stop this 'heartbreaking' gibberish about the imprisonment of 1.5 million people. is it our fault that they chose hamas as their rulers and for the high fertility rate. does the un/europe or for that matter muslim countries want to really contribute to gaza being a bearable place to live.