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Fracking Israel

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Everyone is so excited about Israel’s offshore natural gas finds, that they forget that Israel is also sitting on the largest shale oil deposits in the Middle East. Talk about energy independence (if only the Greens don’t stop it).

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14 Responses to “Fracking Israel”

  1. Israel, this is why they want your land..dont give it to them

  2. May The Lord Almighty, The God of the Hebrews protect Israel.

  3. David Boone says:

    I hope and pray that energy independence for Israel will become a reality.

  4. dont give them anything period

  5. Palestine for the JEWS Jordan for the ARABS …….. Got it get it good

  6. I HOPE THE WEALTH IS SHARED WITH THE AVERAGE JEW AND NOT JUST KEPT FOR THE RICH

  7. And that is why she is thought after by greedy countries and killers. But God is in control of His nation and His people.

  8. on the way to energy independence

  9. Israel for the Jews,Arabs have 22 Countrys,to go!

  10. i never would give

  11. israel keep your land and oil

  12. Enfin!!! baruh HASEM

  13. Julian Lee says:

    The whole world will be better off when safe fracking for oil becomes a reality!!

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