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
The Israelis do not seem to be moved by the earthquake. To the contrary, it seems. I was waiting to fly from Denver to Newark with United Airlines on January 14 2010. I was looking at the News on Haiti on an airport TV screen. Facing me, 2 men, seemingly a father and a son. I noted the son pulling out a book in Hebrew. The father, for several moments, with a smirk on the face when looking at the News, then turned to his son, saying in hebrew. let them feel it (and there was not talk about the Israeli team there at the time). The son answering Sababa and returned to his book. I found them later on on row 1 in first class. What is going on with the Israeli society/ Have we lost our humanity?????And yes, even though I did not see their passports, the father had the Israeli commonly seen shaved-head look. In addition, one rarely sees the Israelis as a community moved by others in distress. The government's moves for the Tsunami and the Earthquakes are another story altogether.