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Israel was rebuked this month by the World Bank for ruining the PA economy by, essentially, withholding money it is rightfully due.
IEC management appealed to the Haifa District Labor Court with a complaint that their workers’ committee was sabotaging the functioning of the company in a time of crisis.
In Israel, thousands of families were without power for 24 hours when the sun rose on Monday, courtesy of the first winter storm to hit the Middle East.
The Palestinian Authority continues to receive "free electricity," knowing that the world won’t let Israel cut off the power.
The Palestinian Authority complains to the UN after Israel withholds tax money as partial payment for a huge electricity bill.
Mainstream media report “all the news to print that fits” the anti-Israeli agenda.
The lights are out again in Gaza, but it's not clear who is responsible this time around. Does it matter?
Israel's electric company is threatening to cut power to the Palestinian Authority - the debt is more than a billion shekels.
The Israel Electric Corp. shuts off power to those who don’t pay – unless the debtor is the Palestinian Authority.
The massive snow storm knocked out electricity, and shut down the main highways to Jerusalem.
The Palestinian Authority continues to operate on the back of Israeli consumers, whose rates for electricity constantly rise while PA Arabs simply don’t pay...
Thank God it was Greenpeace and not Hezbollah. If terrorists, instead of activists, had entered Israel’s natural gas terminal and roamed freely for 90 minutes, it would have been a mass catastrophe.
Israel supplies 125 megawatts of electricity to the Gaza Strip from the power station in Ashkelon that has come under repeated rocket fire over the past six years.
Fayyad wants Palestinians to boycott Israel, but at the same time is unable to provide them with better alternatives.
I am writing this column as Hurricane Sandy is barreling through the greater New York area, after having sorted a load of clean laundry by the light of a group of yahrtzeit candles and having washed my supper dishes with the aid of a clip on barbeque lamp. My electricity went out almost four hours ago and thoughts of what I did right and what I did wrong in preparation for a one of a kind storm that ironically, bears my name are still fresh in my mind.
In a nearly dark corner of lower Manhattan, in an area otherwise known as Tribeca, Rabbi Zalman Paris stands tall, cellular phone in hand,...