Jerusalem: Selected Data (2012-2013) 27 May 2014Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, is the largest city in the country - the largest in area (about 48.4 sq. miles) and the largest in population.
The Christian communities in Israel01 May 2014Christianity originated in the Holy Land and maintains an important presence in the Land of Israel. Jerusalem is the only city in the world in which almost all of the churches and Christian denominations aspire to maintain a presence.
The Bedouin in Israel30 Oct 2013For the most part, the Bedouin are no longer a nomadic society. For decades they have been undergoing a process of transition from a semi-nomadic society to a society that lives in permanent habitations.
8.081 million residents in the State of Israel03 Sep 2013On the eve of the Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashana) 5774, the population of Israel is estimated at 8.081 million people.
The Moslem population in Israel 2011-Statistics28 Nov 2012At the end of 2011, the Moslem population was estimated to be 1.354 million, an increase of around 33,000 residents as compared to the end of 2010.
Christians in Israel-Christmas 201103 Jan 2012On Christmas Eve 2011 there were 154,500 Christians living in Israel, who constitute 2% of the population of the State of Israel.
The Ethiopian community in Israel12 Dec 2011At the end of 2010, the Ethiopian community in Israel numbered 119,700 people.
Israeli children-Data for International Child Day 201123 Nov 2011At the end of 2010 there were 2.52 million children (aged 0-17) in Israel, accounting for approximately a third of the state's population.
The Moslem population in Israel-Statistics 201017 Nov 2011At the end of 2010, the Muslim population in Israel was estimated at 1.321 million (almost 17.2% of the total population of Israel).