Popularity V Security. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • John Ehud Ibrahim
    • 27.06.11 | 09:07 (IDT)

    It seems Haaretz editorial prefers saving the popularity of the country as against its security. Popularity might come if and when the reports about Oil and Gas off the Haifa shores quoting reserves as big as Saudia materialise . That is the unfortunate situation of the world : bowing to wealth , not morality. If there was no Arab oil, there would hardly be a resurgence of Islamism , the source of Hamas and the source of all Middle East problems.

    from the article: Let the flotilla go
    First published 02:35 27.06.11 | Last updated 02:35 27.06.11
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