JERUSALEM, March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Menorah Islands Project, an innovative vision for peace in the Middle East, is releasing more details about the artificial island complex's ability to bring peace to the region by encouraging collaboration between those of all backgrounds.
The cornerstone of the Menorah Islands Project is its focus on building a common good across cultural and political lines, which opens opportunities for island residents, employees, and visitors to look past their differences and unite to work toward a common goal.
"The importance of cooperation and collaboration is at the heart of the Menorah Islands concept," the project's website, www.TheMenorahIslands.com, states. "The project would not only improve quality of life, but would prove that peace is possible when people transcend biases to work together to build a model society."
The collaborative efforts would be spearheaded by the complex's focus on the sciences. Each of the nine artificial islands would house a school that studies a certain scientific field, from marine and agricultural sciences to medicine and physics.
The artificial islands would also embrace several progressive and advanced green-friendly initiatives, uniting like-minded individuals in the quest to renew and conserve the earth's resources. Such advancements include solar energy to harness power, advanced recycling practices for conservation efforts, and atmospheric water generation to address the water shortage in the Middle East.
To see a video overview of the Menorah Islands Project, visit www.themenorahislands.com.
ABOUT THE MENORAH ISLANDS PROJECT:
The Menorah Islands Project is a concept for a group of nine artificial islands—seven permanent and two that emerge from the water —off the coast of Israel in the Mediterranean Sea. A beautiful place to live, work, and vacation, the Menorah Islands would be a world center for education, a model for environmentally-friendly practices, a showcase for emerging technologies, and would be a safe haven for people of all religions and races.
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SOURCE Menorah Islands Project