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Water: A Critical Element to Mideast Peace

As reported by National Geographic, many experts feel that an impending water crisis in the region may bring Israelis and Palestinians together to discuss a wide range of issues.  As the article notes: “…Solving Israel’s desperate water shortage could be a critical step toward peace, and the two parties could forge a water management agreement […]

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A Myriad of Small Leaks May Lead to a Deluge of Water Wars in The Middle East

An interesting article in today’s Arabian Business online edition which emphasized that the Middle East is facing the threat of a ‘water war’ unless Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq address their huge water wastage problems. An industry expert with the specialist water group Metito warned that water leakages in these four countries run at […]

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