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High Court Blocks IEC From Disconnecting PA’s Electricity Despite Massive Debt

The Palestinian Authority's accumulated unpaid bills have risen to over 2.2 billion shekels.

Israel, Palestinian Authority Cut Ribbon on New Electrical Substation Near Jenin

The Israel Electric Corporation agreed to build four power substations for the Palestinian Authority.

Tamar Gas Field Estimates Increase by 13%

β€œThe Tamar reservoir has made the Israeli economy self-sufficient in energy, but the natural gas revolution in Israel is only beginning."

Report: Government Supports Electric Company Blackouts over PA Debt

It could mean those PA folks would be stuck without their Internet connection and the world would be spared many gigabytes of incitement.

In New US – PA Talks on Recovering Debt Ridden Economy, Fingers Point at...

Israel was rebuked this month by the World Bank for ruining the PA economy by, essentially, withholding money it is rightfully due.

Israel Electric Corp. Threatens to Cut the Lights to PA

Israel's electric company is threatening to cut power to the Palestinian Authority - the debt is more than a billion shekels.

Israelis May Off PA Debts by Paying More for Electricity

The wise men of Chelm have a nifty solution to pay off Palestinian Authority debts for electricity. Use funds collected for the PA or use US aid? Nope. Just make Israelis pay more for electricity.

The Heart Warmer

Last week Hershel Puretz paid 50,000 shekels [almost $13,000] in bi-monthly heating bills to the Israel Electric Corporation. Does he own several windswept mansions? A large factory? A hotel? No, Hershel, originally from Brooklyn, lives in a modest apartment in Jerusalem's Mattersdorf neighborhood. A full-time yeshiva student, he is 30 years old, married, and has three children. The heating bills are not his at all. They belong to a couple hundred destitute Israeli families.

The Heart Warmer

Last week Hershel Puretz paid 50,000 shekels [almost $13,000] in bi-monthly heating bills to the Israel Electric Corporation. Does he own several windswept mansions? A large factory? A hotel? No, Hershel, originally from Brooklyn, lives in a modest apartment in Jerusalem's Mattersdorf neighborhood. A full-time yeshiva student, he is 30 years old, married, and has three children. The heating bills are not his at all. They belong to a couple hundred destitute Israeli families.

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