By Adrian Gallegos

Israel's Flag

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Israel's economic is parliamentary democracy. The system has three main branches, legislative, judicial, and executive. Israel has many parties but the two main ones are the Likud and Labor parties. It also has some religious parties like Modern Orthodox and Ultra Orthodox. It also has a secularist party called Shinu.


The economic of Israel is technology advanced. It is one of the most resilient economies in the world. The workforce of the capital allow it to be a developed country. With Israel being developed it has industries of high-tech, clean-tech, and life sciences. In 2009 it had a crisis because of the global financial problem, but Israel's economy had recovered quickly making it a resilient economy.


Israel has been divided into four regions, coastal plain,central hills, Jordan Rift Valley, and the Negev dessert. In the east of the coastal plain lies the highlands. In the north are the hills of the Upper and Lower Galilee.

Geographic Map Of Israel

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Israel is a Jewish state that was established in 1948. It is the world's only Jewish state, even though Israel is the only country in the middle east that has freedom of religion. Judaism is the religion of the majority of the citizens