Tel Aviv is on fire, what’s cooking?

2 thoughts on “Tel Aviv is on fire, what’s cooking?”

  1. I never really thought that this conflict was based on economic unrest. I always believed that Israel was a very strong country economically as witnessed on the news.

    1. well, that is the BS we’ve been fed. The GDP is great, but it doesn’t translate to economic welfare and is not experienced as an upgrade in social mobility and life quality. I hope this would change things.

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