THERE IS much to debate and discuss about what the future will look like and how to approach it.
From Avi to Yosef, biblical to modern and everything in between.
The report found that at the end of 2016 there were some 186,500 Holocaust survivors living in Israel.
Approximately 18,000 residents moved out of Jerusalem in 2015, while 8,200 ultra-Orthodox and 7,800 Arabs moved in.
A numerical account of the half century that has lapsed since the Six Day War.
An in-depth look at the conflicting nature of the tribes of Israel.
Jerusalem has the highest population growth among Israel’s large cities.
The ultra-Orthodox community could be Israel’s next big growth engine, if only the state would embark on a path of compromise, not coercion, argues Prof. Yedidia Stern.
The average Muslim bride is only 21.9 years old, whereas the average Christian bride is 25.4 years old.
Population increases by 173,811; the number of new Olim to Israel the past year stands at 24,801; most popular boys' names are Joseph, Daniel and Ori; Tamar, Noa and Shira most popular for girls.