#16 Take another look at those satellite photos, Joe - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 17.12.09 | 10:15 (IST)

    JS: "No, nature does NOT draw clear lines like that - it`s man-made. The Palestinians get the same land that Israelis have turned arable." Those photos also show something else that is very clearly man-made i.e. the pipeline feeding water FROM Lake Kinneret TO those areas. A pipeline that has no equivalent on the Egyptian side, because the Sinai has no equivalent water source to draw from. Mind you, those same photos will show you something else that is man-made i.e the dangerously low levels of Lake Kinneret. Levels so low that Israel runs a very real risk of turning that freshwater lake into a salty brine. But zionists never seem to want to talk about that as they go twaddling on about making the deserts bloom yadda yadda yadda.... There is no Hebrew word for "sustainable", I take it?

    from the article: Haaretz exclusive: Olmert's plan for peace with the Palestinians
    First published 03:11 17.12.09 | Last updated 15:17 17.12.09
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