Judaism
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The flag of Israel

The State of Israel is a country in western Asia (the Middle East) with a population of about 7 million. It was formed from British governed land inhabited by Arabs, Jews and others, after World War II, mainly due to the Holocaust, by declaration of the United Nations.

Israel was rated 23rd (out of 177 countries) on the 2006 Human Development Index. [1]

Citizens of the State of Israel are known as Israelis.

Mehozot

  • Jerusalem District
  • Northern District
  • Haifa District
  • Central District
  • Tel Aviv District
  • Southern District
  • Judea and Samaria District

Cities

  • Acre
  • Afula
  • Arad
  • Ariel
  • Ashdod
  • Ashkelon
  • Baqa al-Gharbiyye
  • Bat Yam
  • Beersheba
  • Beit She'an
  • Beit Shemesh
  • Beitar Illit
  • Bnei Brak
  • Dimona
  • Eilat
  • El'ad
  • Giv'at Shmuel
  • Givatayim
  • Hadera
  • Haifa
  • Herzliya
  • Hod HaSharon
  • Holon
  • Jerusalem
  • Kafr Qasim
  • Karmiel
  • Kfar Saba
  • Kfar Yona
  • Kiryat Ata

(To be continued)

Map of Israel

See also

References

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