"Let’s get one thing straight — there has never been a 'water shortage' in the settlements."

 Palestinian child carries water gallon in Qarawat Bani Hassan village, West Bank, May 23, 2015. (photo: Ahmad al-Bazz / Activestills.org)

Palestinian child carries water gallon in Qarawat Bani Hassan village, West Bank, May 23, 2015. (photo: Ahmad al-Bazz / Activestills.org)

Israelis would like the world to believe that water shortages affect Palestinians and Jews in the same way.

“Yes, there were several recent instances in which the water supply was cut off temporarily in a number of settlements (generally for a few hours), during which the authorities provided settlers water from water tanks. One can safely say that not a single settler was left thirsty.”

Using stolen water to irrigate stolen land [972+ Mag]