Israeli affairs, Middle-East, News, Uncategorized

Pipeline Supplying Israel Is Attacked

A pipeline supplying gas for Israel was attacked on Sunday in the Egyptian Sinai desert. It is the 12th time within a year that the pipeline is attacked. The pipeline also provides gas for Jordan. Since the fall of Husni Mubarak, former president of Egypt, the gas deliveries to Israel have come under heavy criticism in Egypt. Egypt provides 43 percent of Israeli gas supplies.

The New York Times, United States.

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