The Mediteranean Sea borders Israel to the west.
The Mediterranean Sea borders Israel.
The Dead Sea borders Israel and Jordan
The Dead Sea is located on the boarder between Israel and Jordan.
The Dead Sea borders Israel and Jordan.
No. Israel borders the Gulf of Aqabah and the Mediterranean Sea.
Israel is bounded on the west by the Mediterranean Sea.
Yes, it borders both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.
Israel and Jordan
Italy and Israel.
Egypt is the country that borders both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Israel is also said to touch both the Mediterranean and Red Seas as well, but this is inexact. Israel has access to the Red Sea by way of the Gulf of Aqabah and not directly as Egypt does. So strictly speaking, Israel only touches the Mediterranean Sea.
Parts of Israel's eastern boundary are defined by the Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee.
No. Israel borders the Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea (through the Gulf of Aqabah), but not the Black Sea. The shortest distance between any point in Israel and any point on the shores of the Black Sea is about 550 miles.
Both Lebanon and Egypt border Israel and touch the Mediterranean Sea. Gaza, a Palestinian territory, does too.
The western boundary of Israel is the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. Israel's eastern boundary includes the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea. Both are more 'lakes' than 'seas'.
Israel and Jordan share the Dead sea and the Jordan River.
The Mediterranean Sea comprises a large part of Israel's western border.
-- Western Israel is bordered by Egypt and the Mediterranean Sea. -- No part of Iran borders any part of Israel.
Syria, Lebanon and Israel :)
Israel, Libya, Sudan, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Red Sea on land Sudan libya & israel including Gaza & at sea all the above except Gaza plus Jordan & Saudi Arabia the sea borders however have not yet been delimited & so remain only hypothetical lines of equidistance
The lowest point on earth is the Dead Sea which borders Israel and Jordan.
Mediterranean (west) dead sea (east) Jordan River (east) Gulf of Aqaba (southeast) Israel borders the Mediterranean Sea. The Sea of Galilee & the Dead Sea are part of the River Jordan.
The sea of Galilee is within northeast Israel. There are no other countries that border this sea. The sea of Galilee is within northeast Israel. There are no other countries that border this sea. The sea of Galilee is within northeast Israel. There are no other countries that border this sea. The sea of Galilee is within northeast Israel. There are no other countries that border this sea. The sea of Galilee is within northeast… Read More
Israel borders Egypt to the east. Some other countries that border Egypt are Libya, as well as Sudan. Egypt has coastline on the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea.
'The Dead Sea' is between the borders of Israel and Jordan. There is a resort in Turkey called Oludeniz, which means 'dead sea' in Turkish.
ISRAEL borders the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. According to the de jure claims of the State of Palestine, it too borders both the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, but because of the division of power between Hamas in Gaza and Fatah in the West Bank, the State of Palestine Government has no access to the Mediterranean.
Parts of Israel's borders are defined by the Mediterranean Sea, the Sea of Galilee, the Dead Sea, and the Gulf of Aqaba (which is the far north end of the Red Sea).
Within its borders, Israel has all those features.
Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Greece.
No it's not. It borders Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and the Mediterranean Sea. --mewile95 (lizzie p.)
Israel has several bodies of Water, including large seas on the borders The Kinneret (called "the Galilee" by Christians) The Jordan River The Dead Sea The Mediterranean Sea The Gulf of Aqaba
No. Israel is bordered by Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea, in addition to its borders with the Palestinian Territories, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, and Jordan. Thus it is not landlocked. Answer: No. Israel's western boundary is the Mediterranean Sea; and Israel also has an outlet to the Red Sea via the Gulf of Aqaba. The contributor who posted the question will find a look at the attached map to be highly enlightening.
Israel borders with 4 countries, the north border is with Lebanon, the north east border is with Syria, the east border is with Jordan and the south west border is with Egypt, west of Israel is the Mediterranean Sea.
What is the capital of the country that borders the Mediterranean Sea to the west Syria to the east and Israel to the South?
Lebanon is the country. Beirut is the capital.
What is the capital of a country that borders the mediterranean sea to the west syria to the east and israel to the south?
Lebanon is the country. Beirut is the capital.
Egypt borders the mediterranean sea to the north, the Gaza strip and israel to the northeast, the red sea to the east, Sudan to the south and Libya to the west.
Israel is in the western part of the Middle East, sometimes called the "Southern Levant". Israel borders clockwise from North: Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, the Gulf of Aqaba, Egypt, and the Mediterranean Sea.
Cairo, Egypt. Additionally, Israel touches the Gulf of Aqabah which is an arm of the Red Sea, so its capital, Jerusalem, could also be an answer.
Egypt, Palestine (Gaza Strip), Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Cyprus, and Turkey.
Lebanon borders Israel at due north, and Syria is to the northeast.
The Mediterranean. See also: A map showing the countries that border the Mediterranean
There is no sea that borders Egypt to the west. The Mediterranean Sea borders Egypt to the north and the Red Sea borders Egypt to the east. "Libya" borders Egypt to the west.
Israel is bounded by -- the Mediterranean Sea -- Egypt -- Jordan -- Syria -- Lebanon -- Gaza (Egyptian territory controlled by Hamas) -- the West bank of the Jordan (Jordanian territory administered by the PLO)
Jordan and Lebanon each share borders with both Israel and Syria.
it is in Israel
Egypt borders the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Gaza Strip and Israel to the northeast, the Red Sea to the east, Sudan to the south and Libya to the west. good answer salil aaser
The Gaza Strip borders Israel and Egypt. The West Bank borders Israel and Jordan.
No. Israel is in Western Asia, located on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It borders Lebanon in the north, Syria in the northeast, Jordan and the West Bank in the east, Egypt and the Gaza Strip on the southwest.
Syria borders Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea to the west, Israel to the southwest, Jordan to the south, Iraq to the east, and Turkey to the north.
The two countries that share borders with Israel are Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Egypt.