I note that you didn't speak to swimming pools and lawns. In many cities in the western US, where water shortage is a problem, such thing are banned or sharply limited. They represent many, many acre feet of water. As to the use of water for irrigation, two points. First, you are flat out wrong as to none of it being drawn from streams and the Jordan. Second, in the Western US, where there is a similar problem, people are questioning whether crops which require a great deal of irrigation water should be grown in arid areas in the first place. It is a very wasteful use of a limited resource.
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