At AIPAC Conference, Alan Dershowitz Helps Unveil Israeli Water-Making Machine; Says ‘You Can’t Boycott Products … – Algemeiner

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A Water-Gen large-scale water generator. Photo: Water-Gen.

JNS.org In a showcase of cutting-edge Israeli innovation at a Sunday session of the AIPAC Policy Conference, renowned lawyer Alan Dershowitz assisted in the unveiling of a machine that extracts and purifies water from air.

The Water-Gen machine, which can producebetween 15 and 20 liters of drinking water per day, can be a boon for regions lacking portable drinking water, Dershowitz noted.

There is no weapon more powerful in the fight against BDS than for Israel to develop technologies that the world cannot live without, he added.You cannot boycott products that you cant live without.

March 27, 2017 5:49 pm

During the presentation at a Washington, DC convention center,AIPAC National Managing Director Elliot Brandtrecalled Zionist leader Theodor Herzlsdreams of Israeli innovation.

The annual AIPAC Policy Conference ends Tuesday.

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