Israel

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State ning Israel
מדינת ישראל
Medīnat Yisrā'el
دولة إسرائيل
Dawlat Isrā'īl
Coat of arms ning Israel
Motto: none
Pambangsang Dalit: Hatikvah
Tungku (Sentru/Sidduan) Jerusalem[1]
31°47′N 35°13′E / 31.783, 35.217
Pekamaragul a lakanbalen Jerusalem
Kikilalanan a amanu Hebrew, Arabic
Gubiernu Parliamentary democracy
Independence
 -  Danuman (%) ~2%
Populasiun
 -  May 2013 mga 8,134,100 (97th)
 -  2003 census 6,780,000 
GDP (PPP) 2005 mga
 -  Kaganapan/Kabilugan $163.45 billion (52nd)
 -  Balang katau $22,944 (32nd)
HDI (2003) 0.915 (high) (23rd)
Pera New Israeli sheqel (₪) (ILS)
Time zone UTC+2
 -  Summer (DST) UTC+3 (UTC)
Internet TLD .il
Calling code 972

Ing State ning Israel melalang ya inyang 1948. Atin yang alialiwang poplulasyun at kasalungsungan labis king pitung milyun a keraklan Jewish la at ing makanyan mu rin ing karelang kasalpantyanan, iti mu kabud ing Jewish state.[2][3] Ing Jerusalem iya ing kayang tungku at luklukan ning gubyernu.[1] Ing Israel iay kabud ing bangsa king Middle East a mayayaus a liberal democracy, nung nu ding dakal atin lang matulid pang politica at civil a timawa present.[4][5] Karagdagan na pa niti, ing Israel mayayaus yang pekamaluid king labuad karas keng freedom of the press,[6] business regulations,[7] economic competition,[8] economic freedom,[9] at pangkabilugan human development.[10]

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Bangsa king Maulingalbugang Asia
Afghanistan | Armenia | Azerbaijan | Bahrain | Cyprus | Georgia | Iran | Iraq | Israel | Jordan | Kuwait | Lebanon | Oman | Qatar | Russia | Saudi Arabia | Syria | Turkey | United Arab Emirates | Yemen


Bangsa king Mediterranean
Albania | Algeria | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Croatia | Cyprus | Egypt | France | Greece | Israel | Italy | Lebanon | Libya | Malta | Monaco | Morocco | Serbia and Montenegro | Slovenia | Espanya | Syria | Tunisia | Turkey


Bangsa king Asia
Sovereign states: Afghanistan | Armenia1 | Azerbaijan1 | Bahrain | Bangladesh | Bhutan | Brunei | Cambodia | People's Republic of China | Cyprus1 | East Timor | Egypt | Filipinas |Georgia1 | India | Indonesia | Iran | Iraq | Israel | Japan | Jordan | Kazakhstan1 | Kuwait | Kyrgyzstan | Laos | Lebanon | Malaysia | Maldives | Mongolia | Myanmar | Nepal | North Korea | Oman | Pakistan | Qatar | Russia1 | Saudi Arabia | Singapore | South Korea | Sri Lanka | Syria | Republic of China (Taiwan)2 | Tajikistan | Thailand | Turkey1 | Turkmenistan | United Arab Emirates | Uzbekistan | Vietnam | Yemen
1. Keraklan kabilang la king Asia geographically, dapot nanupata keraklan isipan da lang European para keng kalinangan at makasalesalayan a sangkan.


2. Lawen ye ing kabilyan pampolitika ning Taiwan

Special territories: Palestinian Territories (Gaza Strip, West Bank; Sakup no ning Israel, Palestinian Authority ilang manungkulan)
Special entities: Hong Kong | Macau (special administrative regions of the People's Republic of China)
  1. 1.0 1.1 Jerusalem is the official capital, and the location of the presidential residence, government offices and the Knesset, Israel's Parliament. In 1980, the Knesset confirmed Jerusalem's status as the nation's "eternal and indivisible capital", by passing the Basic Law: Jerusalem — Capital of Israel. However, the United Nations disapproved of this designation and considers Tel Aviv as Israel's capital. The international community argues that Israel's capture of the eastern half of Jerusalem from Jordan during the Six Day War was in violation of international law, and that the final issue of the status of Jerusalem will be determined in future Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. Therefore, nearly all countries maintain their embassies in Tel Aviv (CIA Factbook). See the article on Jerusalem for more information. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "capital" defined multiple times with different content
  2. Country Report—Israel (2006). Freedom House (2006).
  3. [http://www1.cbs.gov.il/shnaton57/st02_07x.pdf PDF (130 KiB), Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics, accessed October 2, 2006.
  4. Global Survey 2006: Middle East Progress Amid Global Gains in Freedom
  5. freedomhouse.org: Methodology
  6. Reporters Without Borders
  7. Kayan ning pamangalakal Business Index
  8. Global Competitiveness Report
  9. Index of Economic Freedom 2007—Israel
  10. Human Development Index