No. Israel uses the New Israeli Shekel. The old Israeli Shekel was replaced by the New Israeli Shekel on 1/1/1985.
Israel. The currency's full name is the Israeli New Shekel.
Residents of Israel. It is the official currency in Israel.
Current cigarette prices in Palestine Marlboro:20 shekel Noblesse:16 shekel Winston:15 shekel L&M:15 shekel Welcome:13.5 shekel Camel:21 shekel Davidoff:20 shekel Galouase:15 shekel Black Devil:35 shekel
Shekel is an ancient unit of weight. If we are to convert shekel in todays weight unit, one shekel will be equal to 0.497 ounces.
A shekel is the basic Hebrew unit of weight and money. A shekel equals 11.4 g. 50 Shekels equaled on mina. In modern terms, a shekel of silver equals $2.20. A shekel of gold equals $128.45.
Agora One hundredth of a shekel is AGORA
A Biblical Shekel was about half an ounce.
200 years ago, there was no shekel. The Israeli shekel was introduced 24 February 1980.The Ancient shekel disappeared from use around the 2nd century.
A shekel is an ancient coin that was used both for money and as a weight for exchanges. The weight of one shekel was 180 grains of barley.
The "New Shekel" (ILS) is the currency of Israel. 1 New Shekel is equivalent to about £0.16 GBP or $0.26 USD.
1 Israeli shekel = 0.264061 U.S. dollars
Yossi Shekel was born on 1984-09-24.
Israeli new shekel was created in 1986.
Old Israeli shekel ended in 1985.
Old Israeli shekel was created in 1980.
180 barley grains/ per shekel
This shekel was about 180 grains (11 grams or .35 troy ounces).
1.00 Israeli Shekel = 0.2786 U.S. Dollar
Shekel (the New Israeli Shekel, abbreviated ILS or NIS).
The Israeli currency is the Sheqel or Shekel (שקל) and the symbol is ₪ The plural is Shkalim. 100 Agorot = 1 Shekel (Singluar Agorah). New Israel Shekel (NIS). The New Israeli Shekel has been in circulation since 1986 when it replaced the Old Shekel. The New Israeli Shekel is the official currency, although it is referred to as the Shekel. In banking and finance you will often see the abbreviation ILS, although NIS is used commonly too. At the beginning of April, 2011, it traded at the rate of US$1.00 = NIS 3.473 . the (transliterated) shekel, a year and a half ago it was worth about 1/4 of a US dollar.