Israel has long been a supplier of oil for Israeli farmers, but prices of the oil skyrocketed after the 1979 Arab-Israeli war.
In 2009, the Israeli government announced that it was withdrawing the entire Israeli oil industry from the Middle East, with a price freeze that would take effect in 2018.
The freeze would last until 2022, and it would be implemented only for non-renewable sources of energy, such as water and gas.
Now, after several years of drought and flooding, the price of Israeli cooking oil is at its highest point in a decade, according to the Israeli daily Maariv.
As of July 2017, the average cost of Israeli oil at the country’s refineries was around $120 per barrel, with some refineries, such Asheron, selling for as much as $200 per barrel.
In January, the Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry called for the price freeze to be lifted.
The country is already a major exporter of cooking oil for other industries, including meat production, dairy production and cosmetics, but Israel’s production has slowed dramatically in recent years.
The Israeli industry is one of the world’s largest producers of cooking oils, but it has struggled to cope with the drought.
Since the freeze took effect in 2014, Israel has experienced a severe drought, and Israel’s agricultural industry has struggled with water shortages.
In 2014, the Ministry of Agriculture released an environmental impact assessment, and in November 2016, the country decided to freeze production in the agricultural sector.
The agricultural industry is a major employer in Israel, and Israeli farmers typically produce up to 90 percent of the countrys meat production.
However, the freeze was not without its critics.
The Agriculture Ministry said that the production freeze would only reduce Israeli agricultural output by 1 percent per year and that the country would not be able to meet its commitments for climate change.
Some farmers are calling for a boycott of Israeli products, and the Israeli Ministry of Economy and Tourism is now preparing to start issuing export permits to the Middle Eastern countries that have signed agreements with Israel in recent weeks.
The Israel Chamber is calling for Israel to be suspended from the boycott list and for the suspension of export permits for all food products from the countries that signed agreements to import Israeli food products.
Israeli consumers have been very vocal about the high cost of the Israeli oil.
Israeli farmers complain that their production is dependent on the price that Israel pays for its oil.
The Israelis have been protesting the price increase, as it was originally announced in January.
The protesters are calling on Israeli President Reuven Rivlin to stop the price hike, and for his cabinet members to stop signing the deal with the Saudi Arabian government.
The boycott of Israel is not just against the Palestinians but against the entire Middle East and against Israel, according, as the Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported.
“We’re boycotting Israel for the boycott,” said Tzipi Livni, the prime minister of the state of Israel, as quoted by Haaretz.
“The whole region is against Israel.
The whole world is against us.
Israel’s not just the biggest producer of oil, it’s also the largest exporter, and we’re also the biggest exporter to the world.”
In response, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he is not boycotting any of the Arab countries, as he has said before, but the boycott is against all of them, according Haaretz, which quoted him as saying.
“If the boycott really goes to the Arab states, I will not be surprised.
If the boycott goes to a few Arab states I’m sure it will go to all of the other Arab countries,” he said, as reported by Ha’aretz.
Israel, which is currently the biggest oil exporter in the Middle Sea region, has faced a harsh economic downturn in recent months.
The price of the petrochemical products has plunged from a peak of $150 per barrel in 2016 to around $20 per barrel this year.
The decline in price has caused Israel’s economy to suffer, as there are more than a million fewer jobs.
The Palestinian Authority has criticized the Israeli economy for not supporting Palestinian businesses, such that Palestinians have to pay for their own imports of goods and services.
Israel has also faced accusations that it is a haven for terrorist groups, as Israeli troops have been deployed in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, as part of an ongoing operation called Operation Protective Edge.
The Arab countries have been concerned about the economic impact of the boycott and have announced their solidarity with Israel.
“Israel is the only country in the world that can guarantee that its citizens will not suffer any economic consequences from the embargo,” Israeli Minister of Economy Avigdor Liberman said, according as Haaretz report.
“In any case, we have to defend the rights of all our citizens and to defend our economy.”