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More Gas Found Offshore of Israel

Additional natural gas, and possibly light oil have been found at the Yam 3 drill site, 16 kilometers off the coast of Ashdod, according to a report in Globes.

It’s not yet clear how much gas and oil has been found.

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10 Responses to “More Gas Found Offshore of Israel”

  1. Berell Kohn says:

    If they found the gas and sell other country. Not for israel

  2. Alan Kardon says:

    Maybe the world will start kissing our butts?

  3. Nechama Biton says:

    this is terrible news, please watch the documentary gasland. dangerous contaminants are used in fracking these contaminants are so deadly, that the aftermath is that many people who lived next to fracking sites, were able to hold a flame next to any running faucet in their home, and after a few seconds the water would produce an explosion producing larger flames. these contaminants, also always seep into the ground then into drinking water, making all water unsafe for bathing, drinking etc. these fracking companies when asked by a judge on many occasion, have refused to disclose which chemicals were included as part of the fracking process. these big time corporations only care about profits not safety. texas for example which is home to many oil rigs, and fracking sites, uses so much water, the poor citizens can turn on a faucet, and nothing comes out. they have run out of water.

  4. Rina Gray says:

    Nobody live to the sights. They are in the sea, not on the land. Maybe for enemies of Israel it’s terrible news. For Israel it’s good news.

  5. Shira Louis Yashin says:

    Hashem is preparing us, because Just like the world went to Joseph to buy necessities, soon the world will come to us again for basics.

  6. Shira Louis Yashin says:

    Hashem is preparing us, because Just like the world went to Joseph to buy necessities, soon the world will come to us again for basics.

  7. Aldo Mimoun says:

    It's about time for God to wake up and finally recognizes that his people are worth helping. 5000 years is just too long.

  8. Desiree Bernstein says:

    Pride comes before a fall. Wear humility before Hashem. A nation cannot rise nor fall without Hashem. Israel is forever but so is America. Many in both nations have taken up idols that Hashem warns against. I do believe many in Israel & America "see the writing on the wall." As the New Year approaches let us rejoice and be glad and give honor until the Almighty! Let us do justly and love mercy and walk humbly with our G-d. It is for His name sake that He is coming! Baruch Hasham.

  9. Desiree Bernstein says:

    Pride comes before a fall. Wear humility before Hashem. A nation cannot rise nor fall without Hashem. Israel is forever but so is America. Many in both nations have taken up idols that Hashem warns against. I do believe many in Israel & America "see the writing on the wall." As the New Year approaches let us rejoice and be glad and give honor until the Almighty! Let us do justly and love mercy and walk humbly with our G-d. It is for His name sake that He is coming! Baruch Hasham.

  10. THANK YOU FOR YOUR BEAUTIFUL COMMENT…everything happens by divine design…humility before G-d…let us humble ourselves before Him and He will shine His light upon Israel…again, thanks for this meaningful message

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