Israel's population, as of September 2010, is 7,645,000, according to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics. This is an increase of 1.8%, for the 7th consecutive year. The breakdown is as follows:
The statistics indicated that Israeli is a young nation, with about 28% of the people under the age of 14. (This compares to about 17% in most Western nations.) Only 10% are over 65 years old; in other Western countries, that average is roughly 15%.
When the country declared independence, there were only 806 thousand residents, but this number reached 1 million and 2 million in 1949 and 1958, respectively. In 1990, the population passed 5 million and in 1998, after the Soviet wave of Immigration, it topped 6 million. The population is expected to reach 10 million by 2030, according to projections.
No, many religions live in israel. Israel is 75% Jewish.
The demonym of people who live in Israel is "Israelis." See also:More about Israel
Many people live in Israel because it has a booming economy and had massive immigration in nearly every decade, but especially the 1950s and the 1990s.
In Israel and the USA
Israel has a population of 7.65 million people of which 5.98 million are Jews.
about 91% of people in Israel live in Urban areas...... about 9% of people in Israel live in farmlands................ hope this helps!!!
Jewish people who speak Hebrew live in Israel.
i believe about 3,188,441r.1 peole live in the negev because the negev is half of israel and 6,276,883 people live in the whole israel and 3,188,441r.1 is half of 6,276,883.
As of 2013, approximately 6 million.
The majority of people who live in Israel are Jewish, and Israel is the country of the Jews, as designated by God (Genesis ch.28).
Jerusalem has 801,000 inhabitants. However, the border between Israel and the West Bank runs right through Jerusalem, so it is unclear how many of those people live in Israel according to international law. (According to Israeli Law, Jerusalem is one united city.)
Jewish people live in many countries, particularly the USA and their 'home': Israel.
A little over 7 million Jews live in Israel and 67% of them were born in Israel
Israel and America.
When we were exiled from Israel, it was unavoidable.After we were exiled from Israel, it was unavoidable.
Most Hebrew-speaking people live in Israel. The largest community of Hebrew speakers outside Israel is in the United States.Hebrew and Arabic are the two official languages of Israel.
Israel. The Hebrews people are Israelis.