05.07.2011 03.Tammus, 5771
A handful of local firms may have made it big internationally, but ultimately Israel is non-competitive, non-productive, non-efficient and suboptimal.
A revolution swept through Israel over the last few weeks. Unlike the one in Egypt, it wasn't political. It was socioeconomic.
This was no Tahrir Square. The world did not witness millions of protestors in the streets. But similarly, this evolving revolution swept through the social and traditional media and caught the hearts and minds of the masses….