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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Israel turns 65


He said the U.S. journalist Larry King that "Israel's best definition I heard is that in a discussion among ten people, there are at least 11 different opinions."  The sectoral fragmentation, current diversity, pluralism of ideas, encounter disagreement origins and atomizes the Knesset interest (Parliament) to the point that today in its 65th anniversary, Israel assumed (or regrets) have had 33 governments.  The  formula of "more ideas than people" is the cause of scientific and technological success but also the usual tension in the public debate and the inability to reach a consensus for a peace agreement with the Palestinians. 65 years later, Israel has become the first place in the world where Jews live longer. More even than the U.S.. 6,042,000 Jews living in the "national home" that Herzl envisioned. Six million. A figure to be dramatically also symbolic of the Jews murdered in the Holocaust. 65 years later, Israel for the first time overcomes the barrier of 8 million inhabitants. From 806,000 inhabitants in 1948-8018000 in 2013 . 1,658,000 Israelis are Arabs (mostly Muslim) and 318.0000 are Arab Christians and other religious-mostly-immigrants and their families from the former Soviet republics. Israel "bends" to the U.S. and keeping France in third place. "Today in the world there are 13,800,000 Jews," says Professor Sergio Della Pergola (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). The increase of Jews in Israel contrasts with the decline in the rest of the world due among other reasons to mixed marriages and the fact that there are more deaths than births. Israelis commemorate today the "Day of Remembrance" which pay tribute to the 25,578 dead (23,085 personnel of the security forces and 2,493 civilians) in wars and attacks. Israel began the day crying in cemeteries, froze for two minutes at 11 am with the wail of sirens and ends tonight with the start of 24 festive hour "Independence Day". Within weeks, the Palestinians commemorate with pain and anger what they consider "Nakba" (Catastrophe) that led to the creation of Israel in 1948. And they will, once again, immersed in the daily frustration occupation and settlers in the West Bank increased (more than 350,000), the absence of the rule itself and the internal division between Hamas (Gaza Strip) and Fatah (West Bank ). Israel, "the only place in the world with more trees than it was 100 years ago" - as highlighted by a recent local report-is ambushed in a political conflict, territorial and historical while the nearby valleys of the Middle East on fire.Further down from his powerful military, firefighter support Israel principal (USA) which gives three billion dollars a year in military aid. On its 65th anniversary, Israel borders with thick walls about cement and fine technology before some increasingly unstable neighbors . On the one hand, military leaders recognize that it has reduced the possibility of a conventional war with Arab Army . On the other, warn against the increasing number of terrorists linked to Al Qaeda a few meters from Israel taking advantage of the dramatic regional changes. Beyond the fear of the Shiite group Hezbollah arsenal in Lebanon and the Islamist Hamas in Gaza, Israel sealed its borderline with Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and a Syrian violent disintegration. Notes with concern about what may happen in neighboring Jordan and especially faces what he considers "existential threat" Iran's nuclear project whose regime reiterates that only civilian purposes. However, Israel is the eighth happiest country in the world, according to several international indices. Panels A survey of Politics shows that 83% of the population feels "proud" to be Israel while 71% say that "Israel is a good place to live ". The exporting country born romantic oranges and collective idea of kibbutzimhas been delivered to the creation of chips and cameras to smartphones .Agricultural inventions, scientific research and ten prestigious Nobel Prizes for innovation over 4,000 Start up whose products, applications and ideas are used in some form or another in all five continents. The biblical land today is a technology incubator. 's Tables of the Law sophisticated compete with tablets in a country where major multinationals have installed tens of Research and Development centers to renew their products . As Bill Gates said, "Israel is part of Silicon Valley". According to local media, the camera Samsung Galaxy 4 was developed almost exclusively in central Ramat Gan and visual identification system that automatically stops a clip on the mobile if the user looks away from the screen.The Israeli resort Microsoft is the largest outside the U.S. Or the stunning Apple center in Haifa.  Shimon Peres, who is 25 years older than the presiding country, believes that the future lies not governments but by the great technology centers . In an interview with The Marker supplement, said: "Governments are designed for a world order that no longer exists. Were more appropriate to a world where the economy was based on the ground and had to be defended, distribute and create armies. When world begins to be based on science, the old order is no longer in effect. Prior governments had a monopoly on knowledge. now need only iPhone ".

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