Iran Jails More 'Israeli Spies'Iran has sentenced two people to ten years in prison each for spying for the U.S. and Israel, with a third likely to be sentenced this week.
Petitioners Demand Halt to Jordan 'Water Flip'Hundreds of people in Israel have signed a petition against a transfer of some 50 million cubic meters of Kinneret water to Jordan.
Hamas: Gazans Behind Water Crisis, Not IsraelHamas paper finds excessive digging of wells and pumping in Gush Katif lands evacuated in 2005 causing resource collapse.
Water Shutoffs Have Ariel Residents on EdgeExtreme heat and doubled water usage places undue strain on Ariel's water systems, leading to shutoffs at the worst of times.
Jew Attacked for Drinking Water on Temple MountMuslim women guard surround men who attempt to drink from public water fountain; police do nothing.
From Zion will Come Forth Water Know-howDelegation of Israeli water companies visit Brazil to help the country overcome its 'water challenge.'
No More Water Cut-offs Without Special ApprovalAs of Wednesday water companies are longer allowed to shut off the water supply of debtors, unless they receive a special dispensation.
Israel's Gift to Asia: Water and CybersecurityAs Israel increasingly looks eastward, 2 delegations with China, South Korea signify how European trade becoming increasingly passé.
The Water War Against Israel ExposedResearch group reveals how NGOs make false claims against Israel on water issues, and even shoot down projects meant for Palestinian Arabs.
Israel to Double Water Supply to GazaCOGAT says it hopes Hamas will not steal water from citizens as it steals construction materials to build terror tunnels.
Jordan, Israel to Link Dead Sea with Red SeaDeal signed in Amman to pump Red Sea into Dead Sea as part of efforts to boost Israel's water supply.
ISIS's War of Water and ElectricityBrutal terror regime has taken to cutting off basic necessities in its fight to expand control in Syria and Iraq.
Ministerial Committee Passes Water Recycling BillA purifier in every home? Bill to recycle sink, shower water for reuse passes in Ministerial Committee for Legislation.
Bennett in China for New Joint Technology ProjectIsraeli companies hold a pilot for water technology in Chinese city, as Economics Minister urges Israelis to enter Chinese market.
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.
Lawless Arab Neighborhood Petitions Water ShortageArab residents of Jerusalem's Shuafat neighborhood claim negligence; water authorities note rampant security risks as cause.
Prayer Session for Rain at Western Wall in 9 DaysChief Ashkenazic Rabbi David Lau announces a mass prayer to end Israel's drought, to coincide with the Fast of Esther.
Israel Faces Almost Unprecedented Water CrisisAgricultural official says only a 'climate miracle' can prevent severe crisis unless gov't increases desalination efforts.
Warm, Sunny Weather to ReturnForecasters’ prediction of a quick end to brief rainy spell causes further concern for Israel’s water resources.
Even Pal. 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.
January: Record-Low Water LevelsMeteorological services determine extremely arid month, Kinneret and other water bodies at lowest measures since recording started.
NGO Video Exposes Tibi's 'No Electricity' LieRegavim video shows Tibi's outburst in front of Canadian PM, that MK Taleb a-Sana's village has no electricity or water, for the lie it is.
Binyamin Town Abandoned in Wake of StormResidents of a town in the Binyamin region abandoned it after being subjected to snow, rain, and wind, no electrical power, water, phones.
Israel Complains to Dutch Ambassador Over BoycottForeign Ministry files a complaint with ambassador after Dutch water company cuts ties with its Israeli counterpart.
'Oslo Makes it Hard to Stop Illegal Drilling'IDF General tells MKs that Oslo Accords prevent authorities from dealing with the illegal Arab drilling blighting northern Israel.
Water Authority Worried: Kinneret Too HighAfter bountiful rains last winter, officials now worried that Israel may have too much water.
Toldot: Well, Well, WellWhy tell the story of the wells?
Bathers 'Desecrate' IDF War MemorialLocal residents shocked and offended by incident in which families went swimming in a memorial to victims of helicopter tragedy.
Kinneret Starts to DropThe Kinneret begins its summer fall as rain stops.
Passover Hike to Solomon’s Pools in Gush EtzionThe Kfar Etzion Field School will introduce Passover tourists to Solomon’s Pools, which supplied water to Jerusalem for nearly 2,000 years.
Lake Kinneret Still Rising with Approach of SpringWith the approach of spring, Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) is still rising and is now barely one meter short of its maximum capacity.
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.
Good News As Lake Kinneret Level Continues to RiseGood news for the Land of Israel as the water level of Lake Kinneret, slowly inches its way to maximum capacity for the first time in years.
Kinneret Hits Halfway PointThe Kinneret is halfway between two “red lines,” one for dangerously low waters, the other for high waters.
Kinneret Waters Continuing to RiseThe waters of Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) are continuing to rise. In the past 24 hours, the level of the lake rose 2 cm.
Storms Brought 200% of Seasonal RainfallThe rainstorms that hit Israel over the past week are coming to a close, after joining the top five rainiest weeks in Israel’s history.
City: No Free Water Deal for Old City ChurchPay your bills as the Kotel and Knesset do, a spokesperson for the Jerusalem Municipality told officials at a major Jerusalem church.
Kinneret Set to Break 20-Year RecordThe Water Authority is hopeful regarding the precipitation this winter, saying the Kinneret is set to break a record of almost 20 years.
Continental US Facing Worst Drought in DecadesThe US is facing its worst drought in half a century, according to a report released this week by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
Mekorot to Set Up Major Indian ProjectMekorot, through its development subsidiary, will build a water control system and smart metering system to prevent waste in northern India
Main Water Supplies to Aleppo Cut OffThe main water supply to the northern city of Aleppo, Syria's commercial hub, has been cut off by government troops.
Hot July Weather Pushes Up Water UseWater usage in Israel has been climbing, but Israel may soon solve some of its water problems, a top Mekorot official said
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.
United States in Serious Drought; Israel Can HelpIsraeli Water Desalination expert recommends solutions to the current drought in the US.
JNF Reservoirs Helped Israel Through DroughtArutz Sheva visits the JNF’s booth at the Cleantech exhibition, learns how JNF helped enrich Israel with 260 million cubic meters of water.
Israel and PA Talk WaterThe Palestinian Authority is demanding Israel increase water supplies without raising prices to match market rates paid by Israeli consumers
Aid Groups Blame Israel: Gaza Water UndrinkableTwo international aid organizations claim that Gaza's water is unfit to drink, but they blame Israel for the problem.
Israel Water Technology Sparks Business VentureMillionare Richard Branson has launched a new business venture, “Virgin Pure,” using technology imported from Israel.
'Palestinians' Boycott UNICEFThe Palestinian Contractors Union announced a boycott of UNICEF for allowing Israeli firms to place bids on construction work in Gaza.
Agri-Tech Video: Garden with Less WaterIsrael shows off an “irrigation calculator” at the international Agri-Tech Expo to encourage water-efficient gardening.
'Dip Chip' Tests for Water, Food ToxicityScientists from Tel Aviv University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have developed a biological sensor that detects toxic chemicals.
Lake Kinneret Still RisingThe water level in Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) is still rising, even though there was little rain over the past week.
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.
A Blessing of Winter Rain Raises Lake KinneretThe blessing of winter rain helped raise the water level in Lake Kinneret this weekend, but more rain -- and prayers -- are still needed.
Lake Kinneret RisingThe water level in Lake Kinneret -- the Sea of Galilee -- has risen by 0.6 inches in the past 24 hours after a week with more rain.
Israel Faces Official Drought, 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 KinneretEarly winter rains appear to have stemmed the drop in the water level of Lake Kinneret -- but Israel still needs much, much more.