The Security Barrier In Israel Affects Water Allocation in the West Bank, Finds Cousteau Team

Israelis need it to stay secure from terror attacks, but the Palestinians see it as a barrier to making peace, and getting their fair share of water and other resources.

Alexandra Cousteau (who I spoke to while on her Expedition: Blue Planet in Israel) interviews an Arava Institute alum from the Palestinian Authority to get her take on how the security barrier affects water allocation in the West Bank. Cousteau manages to get a moderate and fair point of view from Muna Dujani, the young alum interviewed in Ramallah. 

To read more about Cousteau’s amazing water education mission to Israel and the region, read It’s The Water That Binds Us

To learn more about water allocations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, read Green Prophet’s take on the latest World Bank report here.

::Expedition: Blue Planet

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