På torsdag fylder Israel 68 år !

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Og det er ikke småting, Israel har nået i løbet af de 68 år

Israels befolkning er 10-doblet og nu på 8.5 millioner !

Her er en interessant og humoristisk video, der indeholder 68 separate fatka om Israel,
som de færreste ved :

Kotel at sunrise

Det er måske ikke helt retfærdigt, men jeg kan ikke lade være med at tænke på,
hvad de palæstinensiske arabere har nået i løbet af de samme 68 år ,
specielt med alle de penge, som USA, Canada og EU har postet ind i de palæstinensiske områder
siden 1993 – vi snakker om mange gange marshalhjælpen ! …

Fatah-and-Hamas-and-their-wheelbarrows-of-cash

Tænk, hvad de kunne have opnået, hvis de havde brugt pengene på fred og ikke på krig

3 Kommentarer

  1. Due to the higher birth rate of religious and traditionalists over seculars, their share among the overall population is growing as time passes.
    While the ultra-Orthodox, or Haredim, represented only 5% of Israel’s population in 1990,[45] they are expected to represent more than one-fifth of Israel’s Jewish population by 2028.[46]
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Israel#People_from_post-Soviet_states
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Israel#/media/File:Israel_population_density.png
    Jewish total fertility rate increased by 10.2% during 1998–2009, and was recorded at 2.90 during 2009. During the same time period, Arab TFR decreased by 20.5%. Muslim TFR was measured at 3.73 for 2009. During 2000, the Arab TFR in Jerusalem (4.43) was higher than that of the Jews residing there (3.79). But as of 2009, Jewish TFR in Jerusalem was measured higher than the Arab TFR (2010: 4.26 vs 3.85, 2009: 4.16 vs 3.87). TFR for Arab residents in the West Bank was measured at 2.91 in 2013,[67] while that for the Jewish residents was reported at 5.10 children per woman.[68]
    The ethnic group with highest recorded TFR is the Bedouin of Negev. Their TFR was reported at 10.06 in 1998 and 5.73 in 2009. TFR is also very high among Haredi Jews. For Ashkenazi Haredim, the TFR rose from 6.91 in 1980 to 8.51 in 1996. The figure for 2008 is estimated to be even higher. TFR for Sephardi/Mizrahi Haredim rose from 4.57 in 1980 to 6.57 in 1996.[69]

  2. Forsøger igen:
    Due to the higher birth rate of religious and traditionalists over seculars, their share among the overall population is growing as time passes.
    While the ultra-Orthodox, or Haredim, represented only 5% of Israel’s population in 1990,[45] they are expected to represent more than one-fifth of Israel’s Jewish population by 2028.[46]
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Israel#People_from_post-Soviet_states
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Israel#/media/File:Israel_population_density.png
    Jewish total fertility rate increased by 10.2% during 1998–2009, and was recorded at 2.90 during 2009. During the same time period, Arab TFR decreased by 20.5%. Muslim TFR was measured at 3.73 for 2009. During 2000, the Arab TFR in Jerusalem (4.43) was higher than that of the Jews residing there (3.79). But as of 2009, Jewish TFR in Jerusalem was measured higher than the Arab TFR (2010: 4.26 vs 3.85, 2009: 4.16 vs 3.87). TFR for Arab residents in the West Bank was measured at 2.91 in 2013,[67] while that for the Jewish residents was reported at 5.10 children per woman.[68]
    The ethnic group with highest recorded TFR is the Bedouin of Negev. Their TFR was reported at 10.06 in 1998 and 5.73 in 2009. TFR is also very high among Haredi Jews. For Ashkenazi Haredim, the TFR rose from 6.91 in 1980 to 8.51 in 1996. The figure for 2008 is estimated to be even higher. TFR for Sephardi/Mizrahi Haredim rose from 4.57 in 1980 to 6.57 in 1996.[69]

  3. Et fald i befolkningstal er tilrådeligt. Ikke at mennesker bliver fler- er der ikke nok, eller allerede for mange?

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