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The nation of Israel—with a population of more than 8 million people, most of them Jewish—has many important archaeological and religious sites considered sacred by Jews, Muslims and Christians alike, and a complex history with periods of peace and conflict.

King David ruled the region around B. His son, who became King Solomon , is credited with building the first holy temple in ancient Jerusalem.

In about B. Around B. In B. For the next several centuries, the land of modern-day Israel was conquered and ruled by various groups, including the Persians, Greeks , Romans , Arabs, Fatimids, Seljuk Turks, Crusaders , Egyptians, Mamelukes, Islamists and others.

In , at the height of the war, British Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour submitted a letter of intent supporting the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine.

The British government hoped that the formal declaration—known thereafter as the Balfour Declaration —would encourage support for the Allies in World War I.

Arabs vehemently opposed the Balfour Declaration, concerned that a Jewish homeland would mean the subjugation of Arab Palestinians.

The complex hostility between the two groups dates all the way back to ancient times when they both populated the area and deemed it holy.

Both Jews and Muslims consider the city of Jerusalem sacred. In the late 19th and early 20th century, an organized religious and political movement known as Zionism emerged among Jews.

Zionists wanted to reestablish a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Massive numbers of Jews immigrated to the ancient holy land and built settlements.

Between and , about 35, Jews relocated to Palestine. Another 40, settled in the area between and Many Jews living in Europe and elsewhere, fearing persecution during the Nazi reign, found refuge in Palestine and embraced Zionism.

Arabs in Palestine resisted the Zionism movement, and tensions between the two groups continue. An Arab nationalist movement developed as a result.

The United Nations approved a plan to partition Palestine into a Jewish and Arab state in , but the Arabs rejected it.

In May , Israel was officially declared an independent state with David Ben-Gurion , the head of the Jewish Agency, as the prime minister.

While this historic event seemed to be a victory for Jews, it also marked the beginning of more violence with the Arabs.

Following the announcement of an independent Israel, five Arab nations—Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Syria , and Lebanon—immediately invaded the region in what became known as the Arab-Israeli War.

Civil war broke out throughout all of Israel, but a cease-fire agreement was reached in As part of the temporary armistice agreement, the West Bank became part of Jordan, and the Gaza Strip became Egyptian territory.

Numerous wars and acts of violence between Arabs and Jews have ensued since the Arab-Israeli War. Some of these include:.

Clashes between Israelis and Palestinians are still commonplace. Key territories of land are divided, but some are claimed by both groups.

For instance, they both cite Jerusalem as their capital. Both groups blame each other for terror attacks that kill civilians. Several countries have pushed for more peace agreements in recent years.

Many have suggested a two-state solution but acknowledge that Israelis and Palestinians are unlikely to settle on borders. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has supported the two-state solution but has felt pressure to change his stance.

Netanyahu has also been accused of encouraging Jewish settlements in Palestinian areas while still backing a two-state solution.

In a visit to Israel in May , U. President Donald Trump urged Netanyahu to embrace peace agreements with Palestinians.

While Israel has been plagued by unpredictable war and violence in the past, many national leaders and citizens are hoping for a secure, stable nation in the future.

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Lawmakers enforced a 3-day nationwide lockdown in conjunction with the Passover Seder , which took place in Israel on Wednesday night, April 8.

All travel between cities was prohibited from Tuesday evening until Friday evening. From Wednesday at 3 p. The goal of these measures was to prevent the traditional family gatherings associated with the Passover Seder.

The lockdown did not apply to Arab towns, where Passover is not observed. Residents of these neighborhoods were allowed to leave to other areas only to go to work, attend funerals of immediate relatives, and for essential medical needs.

The closure was opposed by the Mayor of Jerusalem , Moshe Lion , who reportedly told the government cabinet members: "Take the Ramot neighborhood for example — 60, residents and of them sick.

Why do we need to close off the whole neighborhood? A partial nationwide lockdown was again imposed from 14 to 16 April, preventing Israelis from visiting family in other towns, and Jerusalem residents from leaving their own neighborhoods, in conjunction with the seventh day of Passover and the Mimouna holiday the following evening at the end of Passover.

Throughout the month of Ramadan , which began on April 25, stores in towns with majority Muslim populations including East Jerusalem were to be closed from 6 pm until 3 am.

On 24 April , the government approved the reopening of street stores and barbershops, effective 26 April Malls, gyms, and restaurants without delivery services remained closed.

On 7 May , malls and outdoor markets reopened, with restrictions on the number of people allowed. On 4 May , Prime Minister Netanyahu outlined a gradual easing of lockdown restrictions, approved by the government.

Weddings with up to 50 attendees were also allowed. The easing of restrictions would halt should one of the following occur: [99].

Additional easing of restrictions was announced on 5 May On 19 May , the requirement to wear masks outdoors and in schools was lifted for the remainder of the week due to a severe heat wave.

On 20 May , beaches and museums reopened, and restrictions on the number of passengers on buses were relaxed.

Houses of prayer reopened to groups of up to 50 people. Attendees were required to wear masks and maintain a distance of two meters. On 3 May , schools reopened for first to third grade, and 11th to 12th grade.

By 17 May , limitations on class size were lifted. On 10 May , preschools and kindergartens reopened, with limits on the number of children per class, and on a rotating half-week schedule.

Priority was given to children of single or working mothers. On 17 to 19 May , schools reopened fully, with certain social distancing rules in place, including staggered recesses and maintaining 2 meters distance between pupils during breaks.

Children arriving at school were required to present a health statement signed by their parents. A number of schools were shut down after reopening due to cases among staff members or students.

On 6 July , following over two weeks of continued increase in the number of new daily cases, Netanyahu announced new social distancing guidelines, approved by the government.

On 17 July, additional restrictions were announced. Due to pressure from business owners, the government backtracked on the closure of restaurants, pools, and beaches.

On 31 August , the coronavirus cabinet approved the 'traffic-light' plan introduced by Prof. On 6 September , the government approved closure of schools and a night-time curfew for forty 'red' communities.

The communities affected by the curfews were among the poorest in Israel, with mainly Arab and ultra-Orthodox population. As confirmed infections continued to rise daily, Israeli officials warned that hospitals would eventually be unable to confront the crisis.

On 13 September , the government approved a 3-week country-wide lockdown, beginning Friday, 18 September at 2pm, and ending on 10 October.

Restrictions include: []. The 3-week lockdown takes place during the high holidays , during which many Jews attend synagogue.

The lockdown rules for prayer are as follows: []. On 23 September , Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced stricter lockdown rules after a new daily coronavirus record of 6, infections was reported in Israel.

The Haredi school year started on 24 August , before the 'traffic light' plan was approved. Physical schools were closed during the 3-week lockdown, with classes continuing online.

During July and August , many protests were held, with protesters voicing frustration over the response of the Netanyahu-led government to the pandemic.

The law prohibits Israelis from holding large gatherings more than one km 0. On 3 October, numerous anti-Netanyahu protests were held throughout Israel after the passage of legislation limiting demonstrations during the lockdown.

On 17 March, the Defense Ministry tightened restrictions on Palestinian workers, limiting entry to those working in essential sectors, and requiring that they remain in Israel instead of commuting.

All those returning were requested to self-isolate. Its goal was to deliver supplies to the West Bank.

The entry ban applied to any non-Israeli person attempting entry from Egypt. Israeli nationals returning from Egypt were required to enter an immediate day quarantine.

While Israel had not placed restrictions on its Jordanian border crossings, the Jordanian Kingdom decided to close its border with Israel as well as all other neighbouring countries beginning from March On April 15, the Jerusalem Post reported that Israel was to provide 5, medical protection masks to Jordan to fight coronavirus outbreak, with the IDF overseeing the delivery.

Health Minister Yaakov Litzman and his wife tested positive for the coronavirus on 2 April His office denied the claims.

Knesset member Yinon Azulai tested positive on 9 September She did not reveal this information during her epidemiological investigation, instead claiming she had been infected by her driver.

Knesset member Ayman Odeh tested positive on 4 October Knesset member Moshe Abutbul tested positive on 5 October According to Israel Ministry of Health.

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The Haganah joined Irgun and Lehi in an armed struggle against British rule. The Haganah attempted to bring these refugees to Palestine in a program called Aliyah Bet in which tens of thousands of Jewish refugees attempted to enter Palestine by ship.

Most of the ships were intercepted by the Royal Navy and the refugees rounded up and placed in detention camps in Atlit and Cyprus by the British.

On 22 July , Irgun attacked the British administrative headquarters for Palestine, which was housed in the southern wing [] of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem.

It was conceived as a response to Operation Agatha a series of widespread raids, including one on the Jewish Agency , conducted by the British authorities and was the deadliest directed at the British during the Mandate era.

British efforts to mediate a negotiated solution with Jewish and Arab representatives also failed as the Jews were unwilling to accept any solution that did not involve a Jewish state and suggested a partition of Palestine into Jewish and Arab states, while the Arabs were adamant that a Jewish state in any part of Palestine was unacceptable and that the only solution was a unified Palestine under Arab rule.

On 15 May , the General Assembly of the United Nations resolved that the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine be created "to prepare for consideration at the next regular session of the Assembly a report on the question of Palestine.

After three Irgun fighters had been sentenced to death for their role in the Acre Prison break , a May Irgun raid on Acre Prison in which 27 Irgun and Lehi militants were freed, the Irgun captured two British sergeants and held them hostage, threatening to kill them if the three men were executed.

When the British carried out the executions, the Irgun responded by killing the two hostages and hanged their bodies from eucalyptus trees, booby-trapping one of them with a mine which injured a British officer as he cut the body down.

The hangings caused widespread outrage in Britain and were a major factor in the consensus forming in Britain that it was time to evacuate Palestine.

In September , the British cabinet decided that the Mandate was no longer tenable, and to evacuate Palestine.

According to Colonial Secretary Arthur Creech Jones , four major factors led to the decision to evacuate Palestine: the inflexibility of Jewish and Arab negotiators who were unwilling to compromise on their core positions over the question of a Jewish state in Palestine, the economic pressure that stationing a large garrison in Palestine to deal with the Jewish insurgency and the possibility of a wider Jewish rebellion and the possibility of an Arab rebellion put on a British economy already strained by World War II, the "deadly blow to British patience and pride" caused by the hangings of the sergeants, and the mounting criticism the government faced in failing to find a new policy for Palestine in place of the White Paper of The Jewish Agency , which was the recognized representative of the Jewish community, accepted the plan.

As Arab militias and gangs attacked Jewish areas, they were faced mainly by the Haganah , as well as the smaller Irgun and Lehi.

In April , the Haganah moved onto the offensive. After a year of fighting, a ceasefire was declared and temporary borders, known as the Green Line , were established.

The UN estimated that more than , Palestinians were expelled by or fled from advancing Israeli forces during the conflict—what would become known in Arabic as the Nakba "catastrophe".

Israel was admitted as a member of the UN by majority vote on 11 May Immigration to Israel during the late s and early s was aided by the Israeli Immigration Department and the non-government sponsored Mossad LeAliyah Bet lit.

Mossad LeAliyah Bet was disbanded in The immigrants came for differing reasons: some held Zionist beliefs or came for the promise of a better life in Israel, while others moved to escape persecution or were expelled.

An influx of Holocaust survivors and Jews from Arab and Muslim countries to Israel during the first three years increased the number of Jews from , to 1,, By , the population of Israel rose to two million.

The need to solve the crisis led Ben-Gurion to sign a reparations agreement with West Germany that triggered mass protests by Jews angered at the idea that Israel could accept monetary compensation for the Holocaust.

During the s, Israel was frequently attacked by Palestinian fedayeen , nearly always against civilians, [] mainly from the Egyptian-occupied Gaza Strip, [] leading to several Israeli counter-raids.

In , the United Kingdom and France aimed at regaining control of the Suez Canal , which the Egyptians had nationalized.

The continued blockade of the Suez Canal and Straits of Tiran to Israeli shipping, together with the growing amount of Fedayeen attacks against Israel's southern population, and recent Arab grave and threatening statements, prompted Israel to attack Egypt.

Since , Arab countries, concerned over Israeli plans to divert waters of the Jordan River into the coastal plain , [] had been trying to divert the headwaters to deprive Israel of water resources, provoking tensions between Israel on the one hand, and Syria and Lebanon on the other.

Arab nationalists led by Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser refused to recognize Israel, and called for its destruction. Jordan, Syria and Iraq responded and attacked Israel.

Following the war and the " Three No's " resolution of the Arab League and during the — War of Attrition , Israel faced attacks from the Egyptians in the Sinai Peninsula, and from Palestinian groups targeting Israelis in the occupied territories, in Israel proper, and around the world.

Most important among the various Palestinian and Arab groups was the Palestinian Liberation Organization PLO , established in , which initially committed itself to "armed struggle as the only way to liberate the homeland".

The Israeli government responded with an assassination campaign against the organizers of the massacre, a bombing and a raid on the PLO headquarters in Lebanon.

The war ended on 25 October with Israel successfully repelling Egyptian and Syrian forces but having suffered over 2, soldiers killed in a war which collectively took 10—35, lives in about 20 days.

Israeli commandos carried out an operation in which out of Israeli hostages were successfully rescued. The Knesset elections marked a major turning point in Israeli political history as Menachem Begin 's Likud party took control from the Labor Party.

The PLO soon resumed its policy of attacks against Israel. In the next few years, the PLO infiltrated the south and kept up a sporadic shelling across the border.

Israel carried out numerous retaliatory attacks by air and on the ground. Meanwhile, Begin's government provided incentives for Israelis to settle in the occupied West Bank , increasing friction with the Palestinians in that area.

No Israeli legislation has defined the territory of Israel and no act specifically included East Jerusalem therein. Several waves of Ethiopian Jews immigrated to Israel since the s, while between and , immigration from the post-Soviet states increased Israel's population by twelve percent.

On 7 June , the Israeli air force destroyed Iraq's sole nuclear reactor under construction just outside Baghdad , in order to impede Iraq's nuclear weapons program.

An Israeli government inquiry—the Kahan Commission —would later hold Begin and several Israeli generals as indirectly responsible for the Sabra and Shatila massacre and hold Defense minister Ariel Sharon as bearing "personal responsibility" for the massacre.

Israel withdrew from most of Lebanon in , but maintained a borderland buffer zone in southern Lebanon until , from where Israeli forces engaged in conflict with Hezbollah.

The First Intifada , a Palestinian uprising against Israeli rule, [] broke out in , with waves of uncoordinated demonstrations and violence occurring in the occupied West Bank and Gaza.

Over the following six years, the Intifada became more organised and included economic and cultural measures aimed at disrupting the Israeli occupation.

More than a thousand people were killed in the violence. Despite public outrage, Israel heeded American calls to refrain from hitting back and did not participate in that war.

In , Yitzhak Rabin became Prime Minister following an election in which his party called for compromise with Israel's neighbors. Under the leadership of Benjamin Netanyahu at the end of the s, Israel withdrew from Hebron , [] and signed the Wye River Memorandum , giving greater control to the Palestinian National Authority.

During the summit, Barak offered a plan for the establishment of a Palestinian state. Some commentators contend that the uprising was pre-planned by Arafat due to the collapse of peace talks.

During his tenure, Sharon carried out his plan to unilaterally withdraw from the Gaza Strip and also spearheaded the construction of the Israeli West Bank barrier , [] ending the Intifada.

In July , a Hezbollah artillery assault on Israel's northern border communities and a cross-border abduction of two Israeli soldiers precipitated the month-long Second Lebanon War.

At the end of , Israel entered another conflict as a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel collapsed. The —09 Gaza War lasted three weeks and ended after Israel announced a unilateral ceasefire.

Despite neither the rocket launchings nor Israeli retaliatory strikes having completely stopped, the fragile ceasefire remained in order.

The Iranian—Israeli conflict gradually emerged from the declared hostility of post-revolutionary Islamic Republic of Iran towards Israel since , into covert Iranian support of Hezbollah during the South Lebanon conflict — and essentially developed into a proxy regional conflict from With increasing Iranian involvement in the Syrian Civil War from the conflict shifted from proxy warfare into direct confrontation by early Israel is located in the Levant area of the Fertile Crescent region.

The country is at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea , bounded by Lebanon to the north, Syria to the northeast, Jordan and the West Bank to the east, and Egypt and the Gaza Strip to the southwest.

Despite its small size, Israel is home to a variety of geographic features, from the Negev desert in the south to the inland fertile Jezreel Valley , mountain ranges of the Galilee , Carmel and toward the Golan in the north.

The Israeli coastal plain on the shores of the Mediterranean is home to most of the nation's population.

Unique to Israel and the Sinai Peninsula are makhteshim , or erosion cirques. This tectonic disposition leads to a relatively high seismic activity in the region.

The entire Jordan Valley segment is thought to have ruptured repeatedly, for instance during the last two major earthquakes along this structure in and The most catastrophic known earthquakes occurred in 31 BCE, , , and CE, that is every ca.

Temperatures in Israel vary widely, especially during the winter. Coastal areas, such as those of Tel Aviv and Haifa , have a typical Mediterranean climate with cool, rainy winters and long, hot summers.

The area of Beersheba and the Northern Negev have a semi-arid climate with hot summers, cool winters, and fewer rainy days than the Mediterranean climate.

The Southern Negev and the Arava areas have a desert climate with very hot, dry summers, and mild winters with few days of rain.

The highest temperature in the continent of Asia Four different phytogeographic regions exist in Israel, due to the country's location between the temperate and tropical zones, bordering the Mediterranean Sea in the west and the desert in the east.

For this reason, the flora and fauna of Israel are extremely diverse. There are 2, known species of plants found in Israel. Of these, at least species are introduced and non-native.

Tiberias and the Sea of Galilee. Field of Anemone coronaria , national flower of Israel. Makhtesh Ramon , a type of crater unique to Israel and the Sinai Peninsula.

As of , Israel's population was an estimated 9,,, of whom Exact figures are unknown, as many of them are living in the country illegally, [] but estimates run from , [14] to , Israel was established as a homeland for the Jewish people and is often referred to as a Jewish state.

The country's Law of Return grants all Jews and those of Jewish ancestry the right to Israeli citizenship. Three quarters of the population are Jews from a diversity of Jewish backgrounds.

Jews who left or fled Arab and Muslim countries and their descendants, including both Mizrahi and Sephardi Jews, [] form most of the rest of the Jewish population.

In addition to the West Bank settlements, there were more than , Jews living in East Jerusalem , [] and 22, in the Golan Heights. There are four major metropolitan areas: Gush Dan Tel Aviv metropolitan area; population 3,, , Jerusalem metropolitan area population 1,, , Haifa metropolitan area population , , and Beersheba metropolitan area population , Israel has 16 cities with populations over , In all, there are 77 Israeli localities granted "municipalities" or "city" status by the Ministry of the Interior, [] four of which are in the West Bank.

Israel has one official language, Hebrew. Arabic had been an official language of the State of Israel; [10] in it was downgraded to having a 'special status in the state' with its use by state institutions to be set in law.

Arabic is spoken by the Arab minority, with Hebrew taught in Arab schools. As a country of immigrants , many languages can be heard on the streets.

Due to mass immigration from the former Soviet Union and Ethiopia some , Ethiopian Jews live in Israel , [] [] Russian and Amharic are widely spoken.

English was an official language during the Mandate period; it lost this status after the establishment of Israel, but retains a role comparable to that of an official language, [] [] [] as may be seen in road signs and official documents.

Many Israelis communicate reasonably well in English, as many television programs are broadcast in English with subtitles and the language is taught from the early grades in elementary school.

In addition, Israeli universities offer courses in the English language on various subjects. Muslims constitute Israel's largest religious minority, making up about The city of Jerusalem is of special importance to Jews, Muslims, and Christians, as it is the home of sites that are pivotal to their religious beliefs, such as the Old City that incorporates the Western Wall and the Temple Mount , the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

Kababir , Haifa's mixed neighbourhood of Jews and Ahmadi Arabs is one of a few of its kind in the country, others being Jaffa , Acre , other Haifa neighborhoods, Harish and Upper Nazareth.

Education is highly valued in the Israeli culture and was viewed as a fundamental block of ancient Israelites.

Israel has a school life expectancy of 16 years and a literacy rate of The public secular is the largest school group, and is attended by the majority of Jewish and non-Arab pupils in Israel.

Most Arabs send their children to schools where Arabic is the language of instruction. Proficiency in core subjects such as mathematics, the Hebrew language , Hebrew and general literature, the English language , history, Biblical scripture and civics is necessary to receive a Bagrut certificate.

This figure has remained stable in their already high levels of educational attainment over recent generations. Israel has a tradition of higher education where its quality university education has been largely responsible in spurring the nations modern economic development.

Ariel University , in the West Bank , is the newest university institution, upgraded from college status, and the first in over thirty years.

Israel is a parliamentary democracy with universal suffrage. A member of parliament supported by a parliamentary majority becomes the prime minister —usually this is the chair of the largest party.

The prime minister is the head of government and head of the cabinet. Israel is governed by a member parliament, known as the Knesset.

Membership of the Knesset is based on proportional representation of political parties , [] with a 3. The Basic Laws of Israel function as an uncodified constitution.

In , the Knesset began to draft an official constitution based on these laws. The president of Israel is head of state , with limited and largely ceremonial duties.

Israel has no official religion, [] [] [] but the definition of the state as " Jewish and democratic " creates a strong connection with Judaism, as well as a conflict between state law and religious law.

Interaction between the political parties keeps the balance between state and religion largely as it existed during the British Mandate. The bill ascribes "special status" to the Arabic language.

The same bill gives Jews a unique right to national self-determination, and views the developing of Jewish settlement in the country as "a national interest," empowering the government to "take steps to encourage, advance and implement this interest.

Israel has a three-tier court system. At the lowest level are magistrate courts, situated in most cities across the country.

Above them are district courts , serving as both appellate courts and courts of first instance ; they are situated in five of Israel's six districts.

The third and highest tier is the Supreme Court , located in Jerusalem; it serves a dual role as the highest court of appeals and the High Court of Justice.

In the latter role, the Supreme Court rules as a court of first instance, allowing individuals, both citizens and non-citizens, to petition against the decisions of state authorities.

Israel's legal system combines three legal traditions: English common law , civil law , and Jewish law.

Court cases are decided by professional judges rather than juries. The election of judges is carried out by a committee of two Knesset members, three Supreme Court justices, two Israeli Bar members and two ministers one of which, Israel's justice minister , is the committee's chairman.

The committee's members of the Knesset are secretly elected by the Knesset, and one of them is traditionally a member of the opposition, the committee's Supreme Court justices are chosen by tradition from all Supreme Court justices by seniority, the Israeli Bar members are elected by the bar, and the second minister is appointed by the Israeli cabinet.

The current justice minister and committee's chairwoman is Ayelet Shaked. Both General and Labor courts are paperless courts: the storage of court files, as well as court decisions, are conducted electronically.

In a visit to Israel in May , U. President Donald Trump urged Netanyahu to embrace peace agreements with Palestinians. While Israel has been plagued by unpredictable war and violence in the past, many national leaders and citizens are hoping for a secure, stable nation in the future.

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