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Tourism in Israel

Tourism in Israel includes a rich variety of historical and religious sites in the Holy Land, as well as modern beach resorts, archaeological tourism, heritage tourism and ecotourism. In 2008, Israel welcomed over 3 million foreign tourists with the most popular paid site being Masada. Read More...

Holidays in Israel

Israeli law designates 9 days of official holiday during the year. Of these, Independence Day is supposed to be observed by all citizens, while others are Jewish religious holidays which non-Jews or non-Jewish communities may disregard, if they choose to observe their own religious holidays. Read More...

Green

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Leaders

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Delegations

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Peace

Israel has always been willing to compromise and all Israeli governments have been willing to make major sacrifices for the sake of peace. When Israel met Arab leaders, like President Sadat of Egypt and King Hussein of Jordan, who spoke the language of peace, Israel reached agreements with them and peace was achieved. Read More...

Medical

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Culture of Israel

The culture of Israel developed long before the foundation of the State of Israel in 1948 and combines secular life and religious heritage. Much of the diversity of Israel's culture comes from the diversity of the Jews who make up Israel. Read More...

Righteous among the Nations

The term 'Righteous among the Nations' is used by the State of Israel to describe non-Jews who risked their lives during the Holocaust to save Jews from extermination by the Nazis. Read More...