close to the negotiations say agreement will be initialled within a
couple of days, and "high impact aggression" in Gaza would start no
sooner than 10 days after the end of festival events. The planned extension of the
festival over June-July-August will secure long, lasting,
self-sustained peace in the middle-east.
Tel-Aviv city hall Gay Pride festival lighting.
Over-priced as it is, Tel-Aviv's hotel rooms generate top prices during the Gay Pride festival... Obviously, "missile alarms" in Tel-Aviv, fake or real, would be problematic. The organizers would suffer losses, not only related to on location tourist spending, but also cancellations, demands for refunds, and what can also become a long-term legal nightmare. The investors are surely unwilling to take the risk, knowing that it is not a force majeure, but an IDF-PM Netanyahu's Security Cabinet decision.
Things to do in Tel-Aviv
1. Get on the program
Cottage cheese (NIS 5.90), pita (NIS 1.80), tomatoes (two, plain ~NIS 3.00)
Anything else is just too expensive. Israelis are typically docile, apathetic bunch, but any increase in the cottage cheese price may ignite a revolution!
2. Explore OccupyTLV camp.
Start-up nation made its way within a decade to #1 in poverty rate among OECD nations.
Roman Zadorov support sign at OccupyTLV - the framing, false prosecution and false life sentence of Zadorov in the 2006 murder of 14 yo Tair Rada is the flagship of corruption in the Israeli justice system today.
3. Visit the Rabin Assassination site...
The assassin made his way in and was hanging for a while with the bodyguards, waiting for PM Rabin in the styrile zone near the PM's limo. Then he managed to shoot Rabin 3 times from 0.50 meter distance and survive, when the bodyguards are trained to kill such person within 1.8 seconds. The brass circles on the floor show the location of PM Rabin, the assassin, and the bodyguards.
The closest center rings are the assassin and PM Rabin, the rest are the body guards around them.
"Peace and Democracy Vigil" at the assassination site.
4. Rave at Tel-Aviv Museum plaza...
The north side of the square faces the Tel-Aviv Museum, with its beautiful façade. The south side faces the main gate of IDF headquarters, underground command and control bunker and its communication tower. The east side faces the corrupt Tel-Aviv District Court, and the west side faces the central municipal library. Recognized as a high-energy rave site.
North face is the Tel-Aviv Museum.
South face is the main entrance to IDF command and control center and its communications tower...
5. Spend a romantic evening at HaBima square
Bring a blanket, wine, glasses, or full picnic...
Sunk garden at HaBima square/