Israeli exports to Arab states reached $85 million in the first half of 2004 , up 68%, compared with the corresponding period last year, official Israeli data indicated.
Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute said the growth in exports to Arab countries was due mostly to increased exports to Jordan and Egypt and of course the opening of the Iraqi market.
The figures did not include $6 million in indirect exports to Arab countries through third parties, as part of joint projects between Israeli and Arab companies.
Shame on you Arabs, shame on you!
[Via: Al Bawaba]