The Economist directs its attention to the success of Israeli economy:
"But for all its success the Israeli boom nevertheless raises a number of troubling questions."Isn't curious that Israeli success raises "troubling questions" instead of some positive observation? The Economist finds it very troubling that we are prospering when in their book we should be failing.
The Economist analysed Israeli economy and found its weak point:
"It lies in its failure to assimilate into its business culture both Arab-Israelis and ultra-orthodox Jews".It cannot be denied, The Economist has a valid point. We are unable to turn the Beduins (IQ 78) into rocket scientists. May be The Economist knows how to do it. We also hesitate in forcing ultra-pious men and women, with their large families, into the labor market. The Economist suggests that the low participation of the Arab and the ultra-religious sectors, will cause Israel's economic demise.
"Mejor esperen sentados" (take a seat while waiting, as we used to say in the barrio). Ill.: Waiting for Godot.