This video says about itself:
Israel: Hundreds march against US-Israel gas deal in Tel Aviv
4 July 2015
Hundreds of protesters marched through Tel Aviv, Saturday, to demonstrate against the Israeli government’s plans to let an American-Israeli energy group keep control of two of the country’s major natural gas deposits.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Thousands fight oil deal
Monday 9th november 2015
THOUSANDS of Israelis protested against a government deal with US gas monopoly Noble Energy on Saturday evening.
About 7,000 people marched through the capital Tel Aviv while hundreds more demonstrated in Jerusalem, Haifa and Beersheba.
Police pushed protesters back, arresting 10 in clashes. Three were also detained in Beersheba.
“The authorities are trying to help Big Money ‘clean up’ at the expense of Israeli citizens,” protest organiser Yossi Dorfman told reporters. “To ‘clean up’ from natural resources that belong, by law, to the citizens of Israel.”
“This struggle is not only economic and social but also over democracy, since there can be no democracy under the rule of money,” he said.
The dodgy deal, described as “the great gas robbery,” has torn up anti-monopoly legislation and led to the resignation of economy minister Aryeh Deri on November 1.
Right-wing Yisrael Beitenu MP Orly Levy-Abekasis told the Times of Israel: “The gas monopoly has already led two regulators to be kicked aside and has sent ministers running.”
If approved, US Noble Energy and the Israeli Delek Group will gain access to the country’s largest offshore gas field — dubbed the Leviathan — which is estimated to contain up to 535 billion cubic metres of gas.
Israel’s high home prices and poor transportation system are part of a plan to increase the population in the settlements so as to obviate the two-state solution. By Nehemia Shtrasler, Feb 05, 2017 12:16 PM: here.
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