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Israel by the Numbers
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Israel by the Numbers

Celebrate Israel’s birthday with this comprehensive infographic.

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Israel by the Numbers

Published: May 4, 2014


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Visitor Comments: 20

(16) Frank Adam, January 22, 2015 5:33 PM

and in the UN ????

By a fluke Israel and Switzerland are the MEDIAN (1/2 way along the order/range) average population of the UN 193 (?) members ! At one end there are India and China with a sixth of the World population each and at the small end there are about two dozen "states" mostly ocean islands or beach enclaves with less than a million people and half of them have under 100 000 people. The MEAN average UN member (the usual meaning of average - add the lot and divide by the number concerned) is in the upper 30millions population. Try similarly with the GDP as on IMF or World Bank figures for an even more interesting turnout - then you understand the jealousies.

(15) Bergsveinn Olafsson, December 4, 2014 10:51 AM

12 Nobel prizes the highest per capita in the world

8.132.000/12 = 677.667 or one Nobel Prize winner pr 677.667 persons.
Iceland has a population of 320.000 and one Nobel prize winner. Not that this matters............

(14) David, May 23, 2014 12:36 AM

Number of gods: 1

Unlike the trinitarian West, when Israel says it's monotheistic it means it.

(13) Leon Breziner, May 20, 2014 1:19 PM

excelente exposicion de los innumerables progresos del estado de Israel

Es un hecho iternacional que nuestra tierra tiene las mejores culturas ,desarrollos tecnologicos mundiales, los mas avanzados sistemas de proteccion en comparacion con otros paises del mundo ,tenemos muchas y mas fortalezas .

(12) Dvirah, May 19, 2014 4:19 PM

Not Only Mosques

Israel also has many churches, including many different denominations, and the Bahai Temple. They should also have been included in the count.

Also, for comparison, how many synagogues are there in, for example, Egypt?

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