Israel’s Drought Extends For A Sixth Straight Year


Israel is expected to suffer its sixth straight year of drought, the Water Authority announced Sunday, even with an increase in rainfall over previous years, TheMarker reported.

Water Authority chairman Giora Shaham stated that “forecasts are going to be an average year, maybe a bit more, but forecasts are are forecasts.”

According to the Authority’s forecast, Israel’s natural water reservoirs are so low that even if there is a little more precipitation than last year and the pumping from the Sea of ​​Galilee does not resume, the Sea of ​​Galilee will remain below the red line. The Water Authority is preparing to allocate water for 2019 and is waiting for more accurate forecasts which will come in mid-September.


Read more at Arutz Sheva.



  1. If you continue making gay parades and chillul shabbos all over israel there won’t be water. Where are the chareidim. Why don’t a half million close down the city if they have a gay parade. No shabbos no water. No morality no water. It’s spelled out in our Torah.

    • Secularizing chareidim is a bigger problem than the filth parades and other stuff. Why don’t a half million close down the city if they want to shmad chareidim? Why do small groups who care have to do it by themselves? Where are the rest of the chareidim?

      • הלל אומר…אוהב את הבריות ומקרבן לתורה – פרקי אבות

        לא שונא ומקלל את הבריות, אלא אוהב את הבריות

      • Well said, Anonymous 11:08.
        Boruch Hashem, in recent months wev’e seen a resurgence of Chareidi values.
        More and more Yidden are waking up and seeing the shmad.
        2 months ago it was the Sefardi world that experienced an awakening, led by Hagaon Chacham Moshe Tzadka Shlita.
        Last week, the Admorim of Chernobyl, Rachmastrivka, Slonim, Lelov, and many more met to discuss the efforts of the Israeli government to shmad the Chareidi world.
        Hopefully many more will join.


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