What religions are found in Israel?

Israel is about 75% Jewish and 25% other religions, including Islam and Christianity.
The State of Israel has a population of approximately 8,300,000 inhabitants as of 2015. 75.3% are Jewish (about 6,110,000 individuals), 16% are Muslim (about 1,300,000 inhabitants), while the remaining 8.7% (about 700,000 individuals) include: Christians (2%), Druze (1.5%), Bahai, residents who do not have a religious classification (4%), and family members of Jewish immigrants who were not registered at the Interior Ministry as Jews.
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Israel has no required religion, and there is no religious test for citizenship or any other rights.See also the Related Link.

How is Israel different than the rest of the Middle East?

Israel is about 75% Jewish and 25% other religions, including Islam and Christianity.