Drinking Water Scare in Jerusalem150,000 Jerusalem residents in nine neighborhoods warned not to use tap water for drinking, dishes, or other use until further notice.
Prayer Session for Rain at Western Wall, on Fast of EstherChief Ashkenazic Rabbi David Lau announces a mass prayer to end Israel's drought, to coincide with the Fast of Esther.
Warm, Sunny Weather to ReturnForecasters’ prediction of a quick end to brief rainy spell causes further concern for Israel’s water resources.
Even Palestinian Authority Stats Show Schulz WrongEU Parliament President claimed PA Arabs receive 17 cubic meters of water per year, but even PA figures are more than twice as big.
Water Authority Worried: Kinneret Too HighAfter bountiful rains last winter, officials now worried that Israel may have too much water.
Lake Kinneret Still Rising as Winter Winds DownThe water level of Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) is still rising as the winter season begins to wind down.
Sea of Galilee Rises by 7 Inches in DayThe rise sets a 10-year record for December. Kinneret rose 24 cm (9.5 inches) since Thursday.
Lake Kinneret Water Level Suffers Dramatic DropThe water level in Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) has dropped by 26 inches (66 cm) since mid-May, and is still expected to drop further.
Kinneret Rising as Snow, Rain Keep FallingLake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee)'s waters are rising as snow and rain continue to fall, bringing desperately-needed water to parched land.
Israel Faces Official Drought for Year 8Israel is being hit with another official drought for the eighth year in a row, according to the country's Water Authority.
November Rains Reduce Drop in Lake Kinneret Water LevelEarly winter rains appear to have stemmed the drop in the water level of Lake Kinneret -- but Israel still needs much, much more.
Heavy Rains Bless Israel and Lake KinneretRain storms over the weekend blessed the Land of Israel with a drink for the parched earth, and a rise in the water level of Lake Kinneret.
The Facts About the Palestinian Arab Water SupplyEuropean Parliament head, Martin Schulz, admitted that he hadn't checked the facts before he castigated Israel - from the Knesset podium - for denying Palestinian Arabs water. Here they are.