The Menorah Islands Project: 9 Artificial Islands Aim to Bring Real Change to the Coast of Israel

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 that will have cities that will be 100% independent, green, scientific, and peaceful to the human race and friendly to the environment.

March 23, 2016 7:00 AM EDT

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NEW YORK, March 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The United Abrahamic Family, Inc., a group of peace-loving people who believe that all people should focus on common ancestry and heritage as a way to bridge the divide between religions, has launched their Menorah Islands Project. The organization is calling on investors, scientists, politicians, environmentalists, peacemakers, religious institutions, and the community-at-large to join together in turning this idea into a reality and creating these technologically advanced cities.

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Presently just a concept, once completed the Menorah Islands Project would be a complex of nine artificial islands and several causeways off the coast of Israel. These islands and causeways would be laid out in the shape of a candelabra, representing the object for which the complex is named. Seven of these artificial islands would be permanent, with residential areas, retail, and institutes of higher learning. The outermost islands on either side would emerge from the water at different points throughout the year.

The Menorah Islands Project aims to bring together practical, advanced technologies in one place to build revolutionary cities that are 100 percent independent, green, scientific, and peaceful. The cities will be built and designed to live and work with water. The island structures will be atmospheric water generators, machines that make water from the humidity in the air, designed and built to be anti-smog to fight pollution.

"The project is an ambitious vision for the future of the Middle East and has the potential to bring together the greatest and most committed minds to build a place where ethnic origin and political alliance no longer matter," said Joseph Aoun, the Menorah Islands Project founder and coordinator.

"A beautiful place to live, work, and vacation, these artificial islands in the Mediterranean Sea would enhance the entire Middle East through education, scientific advancements, and environmentally-friendly practices."  

The current vision for the Menorah Islands centers on research and education in the sciences. On the artificial islands, all fields of science from marine to medical would have established places to study and share their innovation with the world. The greatest minds would have a dedicated space to work together and truly advance the Middle East and the entire world. The goal is to promote peace through economic cooperation and sustainable environmental practices. For those who live and work within these cities, residents will have a lower cost of living and increase in wealth and overall health.

The project is still seeking professionals in fields that will help the group actualize the islands. Actuaries and other financial experts, engineers, construction experts, and environmental scientists are invited to participate and can express their interest through the project's website. In addition, the Menorah Islands Project is still in need of investors whose help will make it possible to increase the intensity and the scope of the project. Investors will not only have a future stake in the Menorah Islands Project; they will also be given the chance to serve as advisers along with other seasoned experts as the project grows. To learn more about the project and participation opportunities, visit

About The United Abrahamic Family, Inc. and The Menorah Islands Project

The Menorah Islands Project seeks to prove that economic cooperation is the key to peace in the Middle East. The Menorah Islands Project, an idea for a complex of nine artificial islands and several causeways off the coast of Israel will boast technologically advanced and environmentally friendly cities that focus on science and innovation. To learn more, visit

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