Israel’s high-tech economic engine balks at govt policies


              Omri Kohl, founder and CEO of Pyramid Analytics Israeli hi-tech company, work in his office in Ramat Gan, Israel, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023. As Israel's new government pushes ahead with its far-right agenda, the tech industry is speaking out in unprecedented criticism against policies it fears will drive away investors and decimate the booming sector, Israel. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)
            
              Employees of Pyramid Analytics hi-tech company work at their office in Ramat Gan, Israel, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023. As Israel's new government pushes ahead with its far-right agenda, the tech industry is speaking out in unprecedented criticism against policies it fears will drive away investors and decimate the booming sector, Israel. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)
            
              Employees of Pyramid Analytics hi-tech company work at their office in Ramat Gan, Israel, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023. As Israel's new government pushes ahead with its far-right agenda, the tech industry is speaking out in unprecedented criticism against policies it fears will drive away investors and decimate the booming sector, Israel. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)
            
              An Israeli police officer pushes a protester to step off of a main road as high-tech workers protest Israel's right-wing government in Tel Aviv, Tuesday, Israel, Jan. 24, 2023. As Israel's new government pushes ahead with its far-right agenda, the tech industry is speaking out in unprecedented criticism against policies it fears will drive away investors and decimate the booming sector, Israel. (AP Photo/ Maya Alleruzzo)
            
              High-tech workers protest Israel's right-wing government in Tel Aviv, Tuesday, Israel, Jan. 24, 2023. Hebrew reads: "show me which product came up with this idea." As Israel's new government pushes ahead with its far-right agenda, the tech industry is speaking out in unprecedented criticism against policies it fears will drive away investors and decimate the booming sector, Israel.(AP Photo/ Maya Alleruzzo)
            
              An Israeli police officer faces off with a protester to leave a main road as high-tech workers protest Israel's right-wing government in Tel Aviv, Tuesday, Israel, Jan. 24, 2023. As Israel's new government pushes ahead with its far-right agenda, the tech industry is speaking out in unprecedented criticism against policies it fears will drive away investors and decimate the booming sector, Israel. (AP Photo/ Maya Alleruzzo)
            
              High-tech workers protest Israel's right-wing government in Tel Aviv, Tuesday, Israel, Jan. 24, 2023. As Israel's new government pushes ahead with its far-right agenda, the tech industry is speaking out in unprecedented criticism against policies it fears will drive away investors and decimate the booming sector, Israel. Hebrew on blue sign reads: "No democracy, no high tech;" the yellow sign reads: "no to the coup d'etat."(AP Photo/ Maya Alleruzzo)
            High-tech workers protest Israel's right-wing government in Tel Aviv, Tuesday, Israel, Jan. 24, 2023. As Israel's new government pushes ahead with its far-right agenda, the tech industry is speaking out in unprecedented criticism against policies it fears will drive away investors and decimate the booming sector, Israel. Hebrew reads: "No democracy, no high tech."(AP Photo/ Maya Alleruzzo)
Israel’s high-tech economic engine balks at govt policies