I've asked once before, and I'll keep asking it: how many "applications" have been "approved" but have not yet been "commenced"? Because THOSE are the only "projects" that are inconvenienced by this "moratorium". So it stands to reason that you can not judge the worth of this "freeze" unless you know how many projects fall into that category. Israel *must* know the answer, so why isn't anyone but me asking this (obvious) question: Q: How many pre-approved projects ARE INCONVENIENCED BY THIS MORATORIUM? The silence is deafening, so I'll hazard a guess that the answer is: "very few".
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