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- Sens. Gary Peters (D-MI) and Tom Cotton (R-AR) introduce S 3775 for a "U.S.-Israel operations-technology working group"
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- Antibacterial alternative to the N95 surgical masks now available online from Israel: "Sonovia’s reusable cotton-poly SonoMask are infused with metal-oxide nanoparticles that kill germs and last through 100 washings"
- “Reclaiming ownership of indigenous lands - and governing those outside the process of history”
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- Pro Israel Palestinian Mudar Zahran addresses the European Parliament: BDS hurts us, we want peace with Israel
Tag Archives: desalination
Latest Israeli desalination plant will be the largest of its kind worldwide. But China won’t be building it.
JERUSALEM POST Israel rejects Chinese bid to build Sorek 2 amid pressure from the US by Lahav Harkov, Eytan Halon May 26, 2020 Israel chose local company IDE technologies to construct the world’s largest desalination plant, the government announced on … Continue reading
ENSIA How a New Source of Water is Helping Reduce Conflict in the Middle East by Rowan Jacobson July 19, 2016 …We are standing above the new Sorek desalination plant, the largest reverse-osmosis desal facility in the world, and we … Continue reading
TIMES OF ISRAEL by Renee Ghert-Zand May 25, 2015 Amer Sweity lives at Midreshet Ben-Gurion in Sde Boker, a tiny community located some 50 kilometers south of Beersheba….Residing and conducting research at Ben-Gurion University’s Jacob Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research, … Continue reading
MIDDLE EAST FORUM by Daniel Pipes May 8, 2015 A ranking Iranian political figure, Issa Kalantari, recently warned that past mistakes leave Iran with water supplies so insufficient that up to 70 percent, or 55 million out of 78 million … Continue reading
BIZ JOURNALS by Michael Theis January 27, 2015 A well-established Israeli water treatment company has opened its first U.S. office in Austin with plans to market its desalination services to water utilities in Texas and across the nation. The company, Kadima, … Continue reading