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Tap water in Israel is not very clean, according to a new report by the United Nations and Israeli NGO Aviad.

The report, released Wednesday, warns that the country’s lack of drinking water resources and widespread water-borne diseases pose a serious risk to health.

“Water is an essential element of life in Israel, but water quality and sanitation remains a major problem in Israel,” said Aviada’s Dr. Nisha Ghanem, director of the Water Quality Project at the World Health Organization.

The study found that Israeli households drink around 7.7 million liters (16,000 gallons) of water per person per year, a number that is almost triple the amount consumed in the United States, which uses around 6.4 million litels (19,000 cubic feet) per capita.

“Israel is one of the poorest countries in the world,” Ghanam said.

In the last three years, Israel has suffered a record-high number of water-related deaths, including the coronavirus outbreak and a coronaviruses outbreak that has killed more than 100,000 people. “

There are no drinking water systems or treatment plants to address the acute water shortages.”

In the last three years, Israel has suffered a record-high number of water-related deaths, including the coronavirus outbreak and a coronaviruses outbreak that has killed more than 100,000 people.

The country’s water infrastructure is in a state of disrepair and has been hit by repeated flooding and drought.

The water crisis in Israel started in the late 1980s, when Israel, which has an extensive population of around two million, switched to an extensive use of desalination plants, which convert water into drinking water and other uses.

Israel was able to use water from desalinated water wells and other water sources to provide drinking water to a population that had no access to water at all.

A total of 6.3 million litols (4,000 metric tons) of desaturated water was used in Israeli households in 2016, the report said.

Israel’s water-quality problems “are not only due to a lack of proper sanitation infrastructure, but also due to lack of knowledge about the dangers posed by contaminants in the water, as well as the lack of public awareness and awareness of the water-based health consequences,” the report stated.

“Although Israeli households are not the only ones to suffer from water-associated diseases, they are the ones most likely to suffer the consequences.”

The report noted that the Israeli Ministry of Health has yet to conduct a proper study of the risks of waterborne pathogens in the country, and the country does not have any effective prevention programs.

“Since no comprehensive water-conservation and prevention program exists, water-use management practices can lead to water-acquisition diseases and infections in households and communities,” the study said.

The United Nations said the country “has an alarming and ongoing water-level crisis that is threatening the health of both the people and the environment,” and it urged Israel to act on the issue.

The UN also noted that water is a “critical component of life” in Israel and called on the government to “immediately and urgently address the situation.”

In 2016, Israeli authorities installed a network of underground pipes in the cities of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem that allow the consumption of tap water in a safe, environmentally sound manner.

The network, which will be expanded in 2019, is expected to reduce the number and type of water shortages in the coming years.

“We have the capacity to provide tap water for all citizens,” the head of the Ministry of Water Resources, Yitzhak Aharonovitch, told Israel Radio on Tuesday.

“This is the most critical water-source for us.”

The government also said it plans to build a sewage treatment plant in the West Bank city of Ramallah to provide wastewater treatment services to Palestinian residents, as part of an ambitious plan to improve the water and sanitation system in the area.

“It is necessary to reduce water-concentrations and to develop a sewage system in order to protect water-users and to help relieve water shortages,” said Israel’s Environment Minister Uri Ariel.

Ariel said the planned sewage system would “address the problems of wastewater pollution in the Palestinian territories.”

According to the World Bank, Israel’s population of roughly one million people is one-third of the total of more than seven billion people worldwide.

It has the second-highest rate of maternal mortality in the industrialized world, with the rate among the highest in the Arab world.

“Israeli women suffer from a severe health and nutritional deficiency, with high rates of hypertension, diabetes and heart disease,” Ghamam said in a statement.

“Poorly managed water and hygiene, and high levels of waste and waste-disposal, are a major challenge for the health and welfare of the population.”

The Israeli government has also been grappling with the ongoing drought in the arid region.

The dry weather in Israel “is expected to worsen as winter arrives,” the UN report warned.

In 2016 the Israeli government signed an agreement with Egypt to develop an “environment