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By JOSH KIDD-WANDA | 9 May 2017 | 06:15:37The question that always comes up is whether you can find a flight to Israel from any other country.
It is an important question for many Israelis and one that is often asked, especially in light of the rise in anti-Semitic incidents.
There are a number of reasons why Israel attracts so many international travelers.
The first is the country’s geographical position.
Israel is situated on the eastern side of the country, which means that it is not surrounded by water, which makes it more attractive to international tourists.
Israel also has a large population of Jews, many of whom live in cities such as Tel Aviv, Haifa and Ashdod.
The second is the fact that Israel has an almost entirely Jewish population.
Israel has one of the most diverse and multicultural populations in the world.
It also has one the lowest rates of immigration, at just under 1 million per year.
Israel’s Jews are also the most religious Jews in the Middle East, and in many ways, they are the most culturally conservative people.
The third reason Israel attracts international travelers is that it has a highly connected population.
In addition to having many Jewish and Israeli citizens, Israel also boasts a large and active community of non-Jewish Israelis.
Israel boasts one of only three nations in the Arab world where almost all non-Jews are Israeli citizens.
In contrast, Jordan is home to around 1.5 million non-Israeli Arabs.
While these factors make Israel attractive to foreign travelers, many Israelis who are already living here in Israel are also seeking to find out more about the country.
One of the more popular Israeli travel destinations is Tel Aviv.
For most Israelis, the best place to go is the city, which is a destination with many international flights and many foreign restaurants.
However, the most popular tourist attraction for Israelis is the Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, which contains the oldest Jewish synagogue in the World.
It was founded by the Talmudist, Rabbi Akiva, around 528 AD, and has been a focal point for Jewish worship and meditation ever since.
This was the time when many Jews were still under the yoke of a Roman Catholic Church.
In recent years, however, a wave of violence and anti-Semitism has seen the Old Town come under increasing attack.
The number of attacks on Jewish and other religious sites has risen significantly, and the number of people detained for incitement of violence has skyrocketed.
Israelis are also attracted to Tel Aviv because it is relatively cheap and, in the most recent years at least, Tel Aviv has been named one of Israel’s top 10 best cities for international visitors.
In addition to the obvious attractions of Tel Aviv and its Old Town, there are also some other reasons to visit Israel.
Israel does not allow visitors to drive to certain areas in the country because of security concerns.
It has a very small population of immigrants and they tend to be the most likely to be affected by recent events.
And, although Tel Aviv is a relatively large city, the Jewish population in the city is not large enough to be considered a majority.
Israel also has an active and growing Jewish diaspora, with around 1 million Jews living in Israel, the largest Jewish population outside of the United States.
In a country with a small Jewish population, Israel has a sizable number of Jewish retirees, many who have been living in the United Kingdom or Europe for decades.
Israel, however has also attracted a large number of young Israeli Jews, who are looking for a way to reconnect with their roots.
Many of these young Israelis have begun visiting Israel on their own, sometimes for as little as a week.
Others travel to Israel to visit relatives or friends.
There is a growing trend of people who have come to Israel on vacation to visit their family and friends in Israel.
Some of these visits are planned with the goal of finding an old friend or a place to visit during the holiday season.
Some people even take advantage of the holiday to visit family or friends in the U.S. This trend is growing, and with the recent wave of anti-Jewish attacks and the Israeli government’s decision to ban any kind of demonstrations during the New Year, some Israelis are turning to the country as a possible holiday destination.
A large number to many is Israel’s cultural diversity.
The country is home a large share of the Jewish diacritics in the Western world, as well as a significant number of Muslims and Christians.
There also is a large amount of diversity within Israeli society, with Arabs and Palestinians living side-by-side in Israel as well.
Israel’s population density also allows for an incredible number of international visitors to the Jewish state.
Israeli citizens make up around 8 percent of the total population in Israel (approximately 16.8 million), making it one of most ethnically diverse countries in the region.
The most popular foreign destinations for Israeli travelers are New York City and Paris, as they are both major centers of international business. These