Major Egyptian newspaper Youm7 has an article accusing Israel of systematically trying to steal Egypt's water from the headwaters of the Nile.
The article starts off this way:
"There is a water deficit to Israel. Because of its plans to receive more Jewish immigrants, it takes large amounts of water from the Jordan and Auja rivers, and the Lebanese Litani River. Israeli statistics show that the water deficit in Israel had reached more than 800 million cubic meters in 1978, and it was getting worse because of the continuous increase by development and natural increase of the population requirements, and plans for the displacement of Jews to Israel, including the Falasha transferred from the Ethiopian Jews "...this is an important issue raised by the book" Egypt and the problem of the Nile water: the Renaissance Dam crisis" by Dr. Zaki Behairy, issued by the Egyptian General Book Authority.
Behairy can be quickly seen to be an Israel-hater, as this 2011 interview of him shows an obsession with Mossad spies in Africa supposedly aimed at destabilizing Egypt.
Quoting a book by Egyptian scholar Dr. Zaki Behairy, the article accuses Israel of being the main driver of the Renaissance Dam in Ethiopia whose only purpose seems to be to hurt Egypt.
Just another day in Egyptian media.