The Mount of Olives in Israel is the oldest, continually used cemetery on earth. (2017) 43% of world Jews live there! And over one tenth are 65 or older; that’s a lot for their age group and what it means about this country’s culture as they grow old together too much with friends & family around them who remember times past… The Dead Sea at 400 meters below sea level lies south-east from Jordan Valley – an area which also happens to be home not just today but thousands centuries ago when Jesus walked around these very hills long before He ever came here during His ministry life story–not only because Jerusalem had already existed back then since Biblical times.
The cell phone was developed in Israel at the Israeli branch of Motorola. Other major high-tech companies, including Google and Apple have significant presences there as well. Relative to its overall population (8 million), it’s no surprise that Israel is one of those immigrant absorbing countries on earth – accepting Jews from all around! The IDF’s policies regarding LGBT soldiers are recognized among some world’s most supportive ensuring that they’re not discriminated against based off their sexual orientation or gender identity when serving THEIR country today; new guidelines were introduced by them too just last year 2014 which ensures even more support during transition periods between genders so everyone can serve without fear.
Israel is a world leader in many areas of scientific research and technological development. The country ranks third worldwide for number of scientists per capita, with 140 workers for every 10 thousand citizens employed as such – more than any other nation on earth! Bank notes issued by Israel’s Central Bank contain braille so that blind people can use them too; it has also led the way into some IVF techniques like using surplus sperm donors instead traditionalinsemination methods which are often not fruitful because they require perfect conditions (such)- often only one viable embryo will grow outof ten attempts at cryo-preservationembryos).
Tel-Aviv is not only a place for the arts and culture loving traveler, but also those who enjoy lively nightlife. With many LGBT venues that are open late to accommodate their needs!
A city with an international reputation can’t be all one thing: Tel Aviv has more than enough of both highbrow pursuits as well luxurious shopping indulgences if you’re looking to take your time exploring every corner of this modern metropolis.
Israelis eat more fruits and vegetables than any other country in the world. There are 5 natural craters located in Israel, which is a special feat considering how many countries have only 2 or 3! The Israeli language has been translated into over 150 different languages (more translations from one nation compare to others)! And these statistics don’t even include all sorts of things you can find out if browsing around on Google Maps for instance-I found some really interesting facts there too like that Mount Arbel was once part water until about 10 millennia ago but then slowly dried up due tot he hot Sahara Desert sun melting its snowcaps.