Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Israel offers to share water technology with Iranian people

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made an "unprecedented" offer to the Iranian people, describing them as "victims of a cruel and tyrannical regime that denies them water."

Bibi, as those who like Netanyahu call him, offered to share Israel's water saving technology with them and said this in a video (below) released on Sunday.

Bibi announced the launching of a Farsi-language website that provided instructions on how to extend their water resources.

He countered the Iranian chant "Death to Israel" with "Life to the Iranian people."

Bibi explained that 96 percent of Iranians suffer from some form of drought meaning that about "Fifty million Iranians could be forced out of their homes due to environmental damage."

"Millions of Iranian children are suffering due to mismanagement, to incompetence, and the theft of vital resources by the Iranian regime," he said.

He explained that Israel too faced water challenges but "we've developed cutting-edge technologies to address them."

Israel, for example, recycles 90 percent of its water waste and has also developed drip-irrigation, which "targets the plants with exactly the nutrients they need."

Bibi also explained that Israel has the knowledge needed to "prevent environmental catastrophe in Iran," and said Israel is willing to "share this information with the people of Iran."

But since Iran will not permit Israelis to visit, Israel would have to be "creative."

"We will launch a Farsi website with detailed plans how Iranians can recycle their waste-water. We will show how Iranian farmers can save their crops and feed their families," Netanyahu said.

He concluded by saying the "good and decent" Iranian people "shouldn't have to face such a cruel regime alone." Israel, he said, is "with you."

Israel is the only peace-seeking civilized society in the Middle East.

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