Note: These are the schools run by the U.N. in the Palestinian territories of Gaza, Judaea and Samaria. The United Nations. And they are written by the Palestinian Ministry of Education, part of the Palestinian Authority which signed the Oslo Accords and officially recognizes Israel, not by Hamas.
So while the U.N. and the U.S. admonish Israel for expanding the settlements, Palestinian children are raised and educated by the U.N. to believe that the State of Israel itself is completely illegitimate.
This is not simply "anti-Israel bias". This is not pursuing a "Two State Solution". This is anti-Semitic bullshit.
UNESCO's vote denying historic Jewish connection to Jerusalem is some of the most sickening, blatant antisemitism to come out of the UN recently. You don't vote on history, just like you don't vote to decide whether 2+2 is 4 or 4.5. This is historical revisionism at it worse, comparable to Holocaust denial.
Many believe that water scarcity due to population growth and climate change would be a central factor in future conflict. For Israel specifically, it's a huge source of tension with neighbors. Here's a technological solution to prevent this. As they say: Necessity is the mother of invention.
"Israel now gets 55 percent of its domestic water from desalination, and that has helped to turn one of the world’s driest countries into the unlikeliest of water giants."
"...the national water authority built innovative water treatment systems that recapture 86 percent of the water that goes down the drain and use it for irrigation — vastly more than the second-most-efficient country in the world, Spain, which recycles 19 percent."