The path to peace runs through sewage
Rehabilitating Jerusalem's polluted river basin could convert rubbish into development resources, creating economic incentives for Israelis and Palestinians alike, and fostering political resolution.
Palestinians and Israelis are poisoning each other - no, not just through the normal streams of invective and incitement that characterize the local blame game. The toxic exchanges are much more literal - through noxious reciprocal flows of excrement that provide a definitive - and odorous - answer to the question of what ever happened to the peace process.
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