Where is Israel close to?
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.
Israel is a country. Jerusalem is the capital of Israel.
Israel and the US are very close friends!
Israel is the second powerfulest country after America Israel and America we are the best of friends even with war in Iraq Israel and the usa have a very close relation.
Not even close. Israel is a net oil importer.
Stores in Israel are all closed during evening hours, regardless of what day it is. But there is usually no early closure on Hanukkah. Answer: The above mistaken answer was written by someone who has never lived in Israel. In Israel, most stores close at 7 or 8 p.m., which is several hours after nightfall for half of the year. During Hanukkah, many stores close early each evening.
No, its very close, but it's part of Israel.
About 40 miles from the closest point.
India bought several drones from Israel. Now India has close relations with Israel with an interest in common enemies.
Lebanon and Israel share a common international boundary, so they're as close together as two countries can be.
Modern Israel was founded on May 14, 1948. The ancient Land of Israel had been in the same location for thousands of years. (Well, as close as can be, for in 1948 the new Israel was not given Samaria or Jerusalem.)
Israel. (The U.S. is a close second).
Nothing, but the word Jezreel is close (it is a valley in Israel)
In 2006, the average monthly salary in Israel was approximately 7,500 New Israeli Shekels (close to $2,000 monthly).
No. They are at least 500 miles apart, across the Mediterranean Sea. Israel is on the eastern shore and south of western Turkey.
Jerusalem is the official capital of Israel, but the eastern part of the city is now located in the Palestinian-controlled zone of the West Bank.
Israel has close ties with the EU but is not itself part of Europe. In addition, there are issues concerning the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The two states border each other.
soccer (European football), and basketball is a close second.
Yes. Very close allies but not as much as the US and Isreal.
First of all it is the dead sea and it is located close to Israel.
At the close of the era of the Judges, the Israelites asked for a king. See also: Choosing a king
The Kingdom of Israel was a separate polity from the Kingdom of Judah at this point. Its capital was Samaria close to the current Palestinian city of Nablus today.
Nineveh today is in Iraq, so it means yes. It would be roughly two hours flight east northeast of Israel if such a flight were possible.
Israel has roughly 8.01 million persons, which puts it rather close to the population of the State of Virginia, which has 8.19 million persons.
Israel only belongs to one continent: Asia. However, it is seen as a Europeanized country, and holds close ties to the continent culturally and politically. Israel is loacted on the continent of Asia. Israel is part of the Asian continent. Continents do not overlap. The two continents upon which Israel is on and part of are both Asia.
Israel: Hey Jordan whats up? Jordan: NOTHING! we are 2 different places and your so close! I AM SEPARATING US WITH A SEA A SEA OF OUR DEAD FRIENDSHIP! THE DEAD SEA! Israel: :'(
Israel's literacy rate is close to 98%. Almost everyone graduates high school, and many go on to college. See also: About Israel
It depends on how big you consider Israel to be. If you use the internationally accepted boundaries, i.e. you exclude the Golan Heights, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip, Israel is roughly the size of New Jersey. If you include those territories, Massachusetts and Hawaii are both very close in area to Israel.
Tel Aviv in Israel would be very close.
That is very close to Beersheba Israel.
What Jewish state in the Middle East became a close ally of the United States? Israel
No, it isn't, nor is it the other way around. The U.S. and Israel do have close economic, military, and cultural ties, but the U.S. enjoys similar relationships with several other countries as well.
No. The United States and Israel are very close allies, engaging in a high level of commercial trade, military coordination, intelligence gathering, and diplomatic support. The United States is probably the last country on Earth that Israel would even consider declaring war on.
Yes, although Palestine is now referred to as Israel. Bethlehem is situated very close to Jerusalem.
250-300 NIS if you are not very close or related, and 500+ if you are.
Israel is located in Asia - the Middle East to be more precise. It is also fairly close to Africa.
NO. Saudi Arabia has no land borders with Israel. However, the two countries are very close (roughly 10km) by water since both countries touch the Gulf of Aqabah, which is an arm of the Red Sea. As it currently stands, it is illegal to travel between Saudi Arabia and Israel.
Because its the Middle East and its close to Israel. Also cause we are the big world-cops. People are dying
There has never been a conflict that involved Israel and was called "the 7 day war". If we search modern history, we can find one that's close, and may well be the one you're thinking of. It took place in 1967, and is commonly referred to as the "Six Day War". Israel did capture the Sinai Peninsula from Egypt during that conflict. At the close of hostilities, their control extended as far as the Suez… Read More
Most countries REALLY CLOSE to Israel are their enemies. All of these countries are Arab or Muslim, which may provide an explanation. Every Muslim-majority country goes in and out of wars with its neighbours for one reason or another.
Israel is an independent, sovereign nation, with its own government, political system, popularly elected legislature, currency, etc. It does not 'belong' to any other nation, although several of its close neighbors might like to change that.
As Israel (Medinat Yisra'el) is the only Jewish state in the Middle East (or anywhere) it would have to be them.
The only close definition of grash is the acronym for Gaon Rabbeinu Shaul. He was rabbi from Israel and Shaul Lieberman was among his students.
From the Jewish perspective, it's an option, NOT an obligation, for Jews to return to Israel. When the Messiah comes, the Jews will return to Israel because of a desire to be close to the spirituality of the Messiah. For a number of Christian Zionist groups, Jews must return to Israel to bring on Armageddon and the End of Days. They want this outcome so that Jesus Christ can return and create the Kingdom of… Read More
Not all Jews are Israeli citizens and not all Israeli citizens are Jews. Around 45% of Jews are Israeli citizens and 75% of Israeli citizens are Jews. That's close but not entirely true. The Law of Return in Israel states that all people of Jewish descent are welcome to come and live in Israel for safety anytime. However, Jews who never lived in Israel and never sought that citizenship are not citizens.
Saudi Arabia. It's pretty close, but there's no shared border.
With the exception of Turkey, Iran, northern Iraq, and Israel, the entire Middle East is Arab. (Probably close to 80%.)
See the Related Link. At the bottom of the map is a scale you can use to figure out how far the countries are from each other.
Directly north, in order: Lebanon Cyprus Turkey Ukraine Russia. Note that Norway, Finland, and Belarus are close but not quite due north of any point in Israel. In the case of Syria, it depends on the legal status of certain points in the Golan Heights.