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Report: Israel Threatened to Suspend Sea-to-Sea Project Until Amman Embassy Reopens

Israel has recently sent a clear message to Jordan that the Red Sea–Dead Sea Water Conveyance, a.k.a. Two Seas Canal, will not be promoted as long as the Israeli embassy in Amman remains closed.

Gaza Report Shows 80% Below Poverty Line, 50% Unemployment

The report claims that during the decade of the blockade there has been an increase of half a million civilians in Gaza, without any improvement in services. Instead, poverty, unemployment and the decline in purchasing power have increased dramatically.

‘Pray for Us’ as Hurricane Irma Rages Through Florida

Another half million Americans were ordered to evacuate in Georgia and South Carolina as well.

Hurricane Harvey Downgraded But Still Dangerous to Texas

After Hurricane Harvey, experts warn Texans that alligators have sought shelter on higher ground, including in residential areas.

Gaza Envelope Municipalities Decry Sewer Eruptions from Blackout-Plagued Gaza

As a result of the collapse of the sewage treatment in the Gaza Strip, the desalination plant in Ashkelon, which supplies one-fifth of the drinking water of Israel, has collapsed as well.

Israel Forced to Process Gaza Sewage, Again

Wastewater from Gaza is polluting the groundwater in southern Israel as their sewage drains into Nahal Hanoun.

Media Cutting Abbas Slack on Sinking Gaza in Total Darkness

Is the PA Chairman made of Teflon? You bet. Because Mahmoud Abbas represents the dying hope for a two-state solution, so he can kill and maim as many innocent Gazans as he wants.

Israel, Palestinian Authority Cut Ribbon on New Electrical Substation Near Jenin

The Israel Electric Corporation agreed to build four power substations for the Palestinian Authority.

Gazans Blame Palestinian Authority’s Medical Exit Refusals For Baby Deaths

These moves are being seen as a bid by Abbas to show the Gaza population that its leadership is not really leading.

Egypt Begins Trucking Diesel Fuel Into Gaza

PA leader Mahmoud Abbas refused to pay more than 70 percent of the previous bill, saying Hamas does not send him the payments for the electricity that Gaza residents remit to their government in the enclave.

Hamas Boosting Ties with Iran, Hezbollah, Disgruntled Fatah Boss

In June 2011 Dahlan was expelled from Fatah because of repeated claims by Abbas that he had murdered Yasser Arafat.

Egypt Makes Deal With Hamas: Trade Terror Fugitives for Electricity

Egypt pledged to ease movement across the borders, “address humanitarian cases,” and supplying Gaza with electricity.

These are Bedouin Homes – Saving the Negev (Part 1)

View the mansions that Bedouins have built on the land that Israel have given them for free in the Negev.

Hamas Warns Power Reduction Will Prove ‘Catastrophic’

The Hamas government seems to have no problem obtaining expensive advanced weaponry, but can't seem to find a way to pay its region's electric bill.

Heeding Abbas’ Order, Israel Curbs Gaza’s Electric Supply

Gaza’s only power plant has been out of commission for more than two weeks, because of a dispute between the Palestinian Authority and the Hamas government over the rate of excise taxes on fuel for the plant.

Israeli Aid Group Sends Solar Light to Yazidi Refugees in Iraq

iAID international Israel-based humanitarian aid agency connects innovation and technology to the global humanitarian aid scene.

Turkish Energy Delegation Meeting Delek, Noble Energy Reps in Jerusalem to Discuss Gas Pipeline

On Monday, Turkey's Minister of Culture and Tourism arrives for a state visit to Israel as well.

Qatar Donates Millions to Save Hamas From Gaza Electricity Crisis

Qatar donates $12 million to power up Gaza's aging generator just enough to provide eight hours' electricity daily to residents.

Hamas Blames Palestinian Authority for Gaza’s Electricity Shortage

Gazans only have electricity for only three to four hours a day.

Agreement Reached on PA $530 Million Electricity Debt

The agreement places full responsibility for electric bills collection on the PA, which in the past rejected its responsibility for the debt.

Haifa University Predicts Arrival of Jellyfish in Israel Using Sea Temperature and Lunar Cycle

Jellyfish caused a cascading blackout in the Philippines in 1999, and damaged the Diablo Canyon Power Plant in California in 2008. Clogging can stop desalination plants and ship engines.

Gush Etzion Water Supply Low

During the IDF raid to capture the Hamas terror cell in Gush Etzion, regional infrastructure was damaged.

ISIS Attacks Northern Sinai, 15 Egyptian Police Dead

ISIS-linked terrorists in northern Sinai launched a massive attack against Egyptian government troops, killing 15 police officers and cutting power.

Orthodox Rabbi Teaching Halakha Beyond the Shulkhan Arukh, Judaism Beyond the Commandments

"I'm sure that if Maimonides, or Rabbi Yosef Karo lived today, they would say: We never wrote our codifications for a time when the State of Israel would be established."

In New US – PA Talks on Recovering Debt Ridden Economy, Fingers Point at...

Israel was rebuked this month by the World Bank for ruining the PA economy by, essentially, withholding money it is rightfully due.

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