When water runs out of a water heater in the Middle East, it’s usually not an emergency.

But there have been cases of water leaks and power outages in Jerusalem that are so severe that they have prompted a number of residents to take to social media to warn others.

The water is shut off in Jerusalem for about two hours and then it goes out again in a few minutes.

So far, only two people have died and another two have been hospitalized.

In the last week alone, seven water shut-offs have been announced in the city.

According to Jerusalem Water, which runs water to more than 400,000 people in the capital, the city is currently under a state of emergency.

The Israeli government says there are no specific plans to curtail water usage, but it has ordered the city to install a system that automatically shuts down water heaters.

Water utility Israel Water said Monday that it has shut down 1,000 water heatings in the last two weeks in order to protect water supplies.

The company said that while it expects to resume water usage by the end of the week, the process will take longer.

“As soon as we get back to normal usage, we’ll restart water use in the homes and businesses,” said Micky Golan, the company’s executive director of public affairs.

Water shut-off is not an unusual occurrence in the West Bank, where the Palestinians seek a separate state, and Israel has largely controlled the water supply since 1967.

It is not uncommon for water shutoffs to happen in Israel, where many Palestinians have lived under the Israeli occupation.

The water shut offs are the latest in a series of water shut downs, which have been occurring in the past few years in the Gaza Strip, in Jerusalem and in Bethlehem.

In the West, the water shut down is more frequent in cities with a history of frequent water shortages, like Jerusalem, which is home to some of the highest population densities in the country.

The Palestinian Authority, which governs Gaza, said in February that it had cut off its water supply to Gaza residents.

Water is often shut off throughout the day and can be interrupted at any time, so the shutdown can be disruptive to people’s lives, Golan said.

Israel has not shut off water for more than six months in the entire Palestinian territories, which are administered by the United Nations.

Palestinians also complain that Israel is taking advantage of their suffering and suffering is being exploited by the Israeli government.

The Palestinian Authority says that the water shortage has led to thousands of deaths in the Palestinian territories and that Israel’s lack of cooperation with the Palestinians has resulted in the deaths of more than 1,300 Palestinians.

The World Health Organization has said that Palestinians have suffered “a severe acute water shortage and severe water insecurity” in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip.

The agency said that more than 700,000 Palestinians have been forced to endure “extreme hardship” and that about 90 percent of them have suffered from acute water deprivation.

The UN said last month that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has killed more than 7,400 Palestinians since 1967, and more than 200,000 Israelis have also been killed.

The United Nations has said the ongoing conflict, which has seen Israeli forces shoot at unarmed Palestinians and the West’s main Arab ally, Egypt, carry out deadly attacks, is fueling the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

The crisis has been exacerbated by the closure of Gaza and the failure of international donors to rein in the Palestinians’ occupation of the territory.

According to the U.N., more than 2.7 million Palestinians have lost their homes since the beginning of the year, and an additional 1.6 million people have been displaced, many of them living in refugee camps.

More than $2.4 billion in relief aid has been allocated for Palestinians since the war, and it is unclear if the Israeli authorities will take part in the new relief efforts.