Water Crisis in Iran
By Micah Halpern
Sunday July 1, 2018
I've Been Thinking:
This is a crisis you wouldn't wish on your worst enemy - and yet, here we are.
Iran is in the midst of a serious water crisis.
According to some predictions, as many as 97% of Iranians will be hit by the crisis. Others put the number at 66% of Iranians who will be seriously affected.
The protests we are seeing in Iran are as much about economics and freedom as they are about poor planning and the massive water shortage.
Just days ago Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke directly to the people of Iran saying that Israel can help with their water crisis. He said that Israel cares about the people of Iran. He said that Israel cares more about Iranian citizens than their own leadership cares about them.
The water crisis touches every aspect of society - food and health as well as defense. Everything is affected by the water crisis.
The situation can be resolved.
It requires using a few methods. The fastest resolution is to import water from Turkey - it's expensive and a short fix. Then comes borrowing technology from Israel - the world leader in water crisis aversion and conservation.
But Iran will not take the help. And Iranians are suffering.
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