Les Palestiniens vont subir les conséquences du Boycott

Les Palestiniens vont subir les conséquences du Boycott (patrons israéliens)


lundi 25 août 2014

Selon les statistiques, 22.500 Palestiniens sont employés dans en Cisjordanie dont 6000 pour des Israéliens. Le patronat israélien a lancé une campagne contre un boycottage des produits israéliens fabriqués dans en Cisjordanie en expliquant que les Palestiniens eux-mêmes risquaient d’en faire les frais. Le président de l’Association des industriels, principale organisation patronale, le "patron des patrons" israélien Zvi Oren, a écrit à une trentaine de ses homologues européens et palestiniens pour les mettre en garde contre l’impact d’un boycottage sur l’emploi des Palestiniens.
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Study: An Overwhelming 86% of Israelis Are Happy, Despite the Conflict

According to an official survey published yesterday by Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics, an overwhelming 86% of Israelis reported that they are "satisfied" or "very satisfied" with their lives, the equivalent of 4.3 million citizens.

14% of Israelis are reported to be unsatisfied.

The survey was conducted to discover the personal well-being of Israeli citizens, and is based on responses from 4,700 Israelis aged 20 and over. The findings show that 53% of participants are satisfied financially, with 39% saying they expect their financial state to improve in the future.

65% of respondents said that they are able to pay their monthly expenses without experiencing any problems.

On the other side of the poll, 27% said they feel stressed out, either infrequently or constantly, with 19% saying they lose sleep over worrying. 34% said that they experience sleeping problems, whether just "sometimes" or "frequently."

While the public consensus may have shifted since the outset of Operation Protective Edge, Israeli citizens remain optimistic, and patriotic. Americans and Canadians continue to make aliyah, and those who already live there (my sister included) show no sign of returning to the West any time soon.

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What You Can’t See on the UN’s Maps of Gaza

The UN published several maps showing the aftermath of Operation Protective Edge. The maps mark damaged buildings with red dots scattered throughout Gaza. But this map tells only half the story: Hamas used many of these buildings – including houses, hospitals and schools – as sites to launch rockets and carry out other attacks.

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