Israel’s Water Policy

Abstract: 

This study illustrates the dimensions of the water crisis in Israel, arguing that Israel will not incorporate anything into its plan for Palestinian self-government in the occupied territories that will undermine its control of the water resources in Palestine. The study also concludes that Israel will attempt to gain control over additional Arab water sources, (the Litani, the Yarmouk) in order to face the expected increase in water demand in its cities, and to meet the demands of its settlement policies in the occupied territories.

E edition: 
First

About the Author(s)

Dr. Uri DAVIS, an Anglo-Israeli anthropologist and advocate of Palestinian human rights is a senior Research Fellow at the School of Peace Studies, University of Bradford, England.
Antonia E.L. MAKS was a postgraduate student in Anthropology at the University of Amsterdam, Holland.
John RICHARDSON was a graduate in peace studies of the University of Bradford.

PRODUCT DETAILS

Publisher(s):
Institute for Palestine Studies
Edition:
First
Publication Date:
1980
Language: Arabic (Translated from English)
Number of Pages:
40
Original Price:
$2.00