The King's earlier statement was that the power was - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dean Blake
    • 08.07.10 | 01:30 (IDT)

    to be exported to neighbors, impliedly because they have no use for it themselves. Its impractical because of the energy loss using long lines. Deslaination is also not financially practical. King's plan is contrary to the international agenda; proposed 60+ years ago by the British, the Euphraties River Diversion Project. Phase 4, Israeli ownerhsip of Turkish Water rights is paid for. Phase 5 is in place; a big dam in eastern Turkey. Next: Phase 6 is Syrian cooperation, and governmental and land restructuring. The canal will go south thru to the Bekka Valley and Israel and Jordan River is turned into a salt drain. Jordan will get all the water it wants from the diverted Euphraties. What are they going to do with it? The Red-Dead Canal Project will produce electricity for Jordan's immediate needs and more as well as provide desalinated water and a 'river walk' if they do'nt put it in pipes in Jordan (read kickbacks from pipe industry) but allow the Israeli version of the plan.

    from the article: Who's afraid of the Jordanian atom?
    First published 01:42 07.07.10 | Last updated 01:42 07.07.10
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