The Dead Seas Aquarium in Israel has decided to stay in operation after being forced to close by the Israeli authorities.
The Dead Sea is one of the world’s most sacred marine sanctuaries and is considered a sanctuary of biblical proportions.
It has been the subject of an international campaign called “Stop the Dead Sea”, which is aimed at pressuring Israel to preserve it.
The Sea of Galilee, the Israeli portion of the Dead Seas, was created by the Babylonians to be an underwater paradise for the sea gods.
Its unique structure and underwater environment has been described as one of nature’s greatest wonders, with natural waterfalls, deep waterfalls and underwater caves.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been pushing for the creation of a Dead Sea sanctuary since 2014.
In 2015, he promised to create a Dead Ocean Sanctuary, which is to be protected under international law.
But he has not been able to secure funding to construct such a sanctuary in the past.
According to an official statement by the Ministry of Defense, Israel will remain committed to protecting the Dead Ocean from the threats of human encroachment and terrorism.
“Israel will continue to protect the Dead sea from any attempts to threaten it and from any potential external attack,” the statement said.
The statement continued: “Israel will be committed to the establishment of a comprehensive plan for the preservation and protection of the entire Dead Sea region.”
This is the third time in less than five years that Israel has closed the Deadsea Aquarium, with previous closures being triggered by protests by Palestinian civil society groups.
The Israeli government has also been unable to secure funds for a new Dead Sea aquarium in the future.
In January 2018, Israel announced that it would close the Dead Aquarium and will also reduce the number of staff and tourists it has in the area.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that it will not be able to pay for the operation of the new Dead Ocean Aquarium.
Israel is the only country in the world to have closed an entire marine sanctuary for a religious purpose.
According the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, all foreign marine sanctities must be managed and protected according to international standards.
The Israeli Ministry of Environment and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs have stated that they will not interfere in the implementation of these international standards, but they will seek to work with international organisations and institutions that will be responsible for managing the Dead Space Aquarium’s operations.
This is not the first time that Israel is facing criticism from international organisations.
In 2012, a number of activists, including the Palestinian Committee for the Right of Return, raised concerns about the status of the area around the Dead Sarsa Aquarium because of the presence of illegal Israeli fishermen.