Why we need Israeli technology

Water out of thin air in the desert.  Food where you need it.  These are being solved by Israel.

Three Israeli companies have developed technologies that will help the world.  By 2025, the United Nations has predicted that two thirds of the world’s population will have difficulty finding clean drinking water.

The solution is at hand.  For many decades, Israel has pioneered how to improve the irrigation of crops in difficult and dry terrains, and had become a world-leader in water use. This goes a step further.  It will help those in desert conditions and those stranded at sea.

The communication revolution was helped on its way by Israel’s producing the first mobile phone.

Israel is also integral to British blood banks.

Solving food, water and energy shortages are some of the many features that will be characteristic of the biblical Millennium.

Meanwhile, Iran and Gaza want to drive Israel into the Mediterranean Sea.   They do not want a two-state solution.  The Hamas charter of the Hamas government in Gaza does not accept the existence of Israel.

The international BDS movement (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) against Israel is a self-defeating expenditure of energy that could be better employed in making the world a better place.

Here are two assessments of the Palestinian problem, given to the delegates at the UN Human Rights Council debate on 15th September 2017 about the ‘Human rights situation in Palestine’.

One thought on “Why we need Israeli technology

  1. Colin Mansfield

    There is already a 2 even a 3 state solution already in place:
    Israel (A multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, multi-faith entity);
    Gaza (Now a terrorist Hell-hole, but had been handed over to Yasser Arafat as part of Oslo Accords, and fully equipped as a functioning entity, with UK trained Police, UK ex-army LandRovers, hospitals schools, Canadian funded market-gardening greenhouse systems, UN funded Aid);
    Jordan (majority of Palestinians live there, much to the upset and risk to King Abdullah).
    >
    Job Done!!

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