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Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah boasted his group could shut down Israeli offshore plants within hours.
"Already during Operation Protection Edge, there were attempts to damage our platform, and luckily, these weapons were not accurate enough and did not succeed in causing harm."
Threats to the rigs include surface-to-sea supersonic missiles like the Yakhont, in possession of Hezbollah, which can fire it from the Lebanese or Syrian coastlines.
By SHARON UDASIN
The Atwood Advantage arrived to Israel’s waters on October 21 after a stint in the Gulf of Mexico, where it also worked for Noble Energy.
The sale of Karish and Tanin is a first concrete step toward advancing Israel’s gas industry, following the recent approval of the contentious “gas outline” that rattled the sector for all of 2015.
Anastasiades flies to Israel on short notice, both sides deny problems in ties as a result of Israel’s reconciliation with Turkey.
By HERB KEINON
"I'm a great proponent of this effort to resume diplomatic relations with Turkey."
Justice Sohlberg: “Instead of ‘sit and do not act’ in order to be on the side of safety, it is better to “rise up and act’ as the law stipulates.”
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Justice minister slams Court for striking down Netanyahu's gas policy, saying she fears that the world will start to view Israel as a "country which eats its investors."
"We were elected to bring results to the citizens, and we need the tools to do that," Netanyahu says at cabinet meeting.
The many critics of the deal had plenty to dislike in the imperfect gas outline, which by admission of even its most ardent supporters was a compromise.
By NIV ELIS
Government to be given one year to fix the problematic aspects of the gas deal, which was declared unconstitutional.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,HERB KEINON,NIV ELIS,MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
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