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According to a report issued by the IDF Civil Administration in 2014, the Arabs of Judea and Samaria produce 62 million cubic meters of sewage annually, of which only about 5 million cubic meters are treated.
One hundred years after the last Turkish soldier was chased out of Jerusalem by the invading British Empire, Turkey's channeling of millions into eastern Jerusalem is gaining sympathy and support.
Dozens of Arabs threw stones at the homes of the Beit El settlement from the direction of Gilazon.
Hamas 'will not relinquish any part of the land of Palestine, no matter what the reasons, circumstances, and pressures could be, and no matter how long occupation may continue.'
The myth of ancient ownership of the Judea and Samaria lands by the local Arabs must be busted, repeatedly, using historic facts and persistent messages, because the world is unaware of this Big Lie, and Israel's Supreme Court does not care.
The mention of both the sun and the moon led the three researchers to the conclusion that the text refers to a solar eclipse, during which the moon moves between the sun and the earth, blocking the sunlight.
Meanwhile, in Area C, Arabs enjoy uninterrupted access to sites such as al-Maghtas on the Jordan River and Nabi Musa.
The greatest insult of the Kerry speech – and there were many – was his line: 'Does anyone here really believe that the settlers will agree to submit to Palestinian law in Palestine?'
Netanyahu also told his ministers about new progress in the Israel-Jordan-PA Red Sea–Dead Sea Canal.
Israeli farmers upriver from the Kinneret have been refused an increase of 11 billion gallons annually, precisely the amount Jordan continues to siphon from the lake for its own agriculture.
Jordan, which hasn't made an investment in water preservation, will continue to receive more than a billion and a half cubic feet of water every year.
Liberman didn't zig-zag. He didn't even say anything new. He probably just left out the details of what he actually meant...
Bennett gets the headline, Abbas scores a point and Netanyahu has the last word.
It has been more than 20 years since the dam at the Kinneret had to be opened to prevent flooding. Thanks to desalinated water, the flood gates may have to be opened again this year.
Israel's ambassador to Jordan, about to be kicked out, says things should calm down once the peace process is restarted.
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