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Expedition Blue Planet:Interview, Muna Dajani

Interview, Muna Dajani
03:17 | 2009

Categories: Documentary, Science and Environment, Shorts

A drought in the West Bank is exacerbating the situation in the already conflict-riddled region. As Israelis experience unprecedented water shortages, residential wells in drought-stricken Palestinian regions continue to dry up due to decreased rainfall and Israel's tightening grip on water use. Parts of major West Bank cities such as Jenin, Hebron, and Bethlehem have experienced a lack of running water for weeks at a time. Even faucets in parts of Ramallah, the occupied West Bank's political hub, which rarely experiences cuts, have been known to go dry for days at a time.

Alexandra interviews Palestinian student Muna Dajani about what the wall separating Israel from the West Bank means for water distribution between the two sides of the conflict.

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