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The survey revealed a strong correlation between the religious standards of respondents and their view on how vital the views of foreign Jews are.
The figures, based on 2015 data, show a negative immigration of 7,800 residents – 18,100 left, but only 10,300 started a new life in the eternal city.
"As a friend and companion, he was for me a learning partner, an intellectual sparring partner," said President Rivlin.
On many key issues Arabs are more appreciative of their condition and more optimistic about their country's future than Jews.
Secular and Haredi Jews prefer separate neighborhoods; Ashkenazi and Sephardic, Rightist and leftist, live well together.
The IDF is the only institution that's still trusted widely: trust in the IDF by Jewish Israelis is at 90% (versus 93% last year) and at 82% by all Israelis. Only 32% of Israeli Arabs, however, trust the IDF.
The Knesset has maintained most of its status, but that's only because it was very low 25 years ago – 27%. Today it's down to 23%.
About 189 thousand babies were born in Israel in 5776, and an estimated 46 thousand passed away.
On its face the ruling is tantamount to a NY City judge punishing a victim of violence for entering a dangerous neighborhood without first receiving police permission.
According to Liberman, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has been an obstacle to a working solution for the area.
The report on eradicating racism against Israelis of Ethiopian origin is 170 pages long and includes 52 recommendations intended to help correct institutionalized and societal racism.
Trump was booed at his AIPAC appearance last December when he refused to commit on moving the US embassy to Jerusalem.
"Government should stop scaring the citizens of an imminent second holocaust and stop inciting them against each other."
The overall fertility rate (average number of children a Jerusalem woman is expected to bear in her lifetime) in Jerusalem is 3.91, far higher than the national average of 3.08.
Tens of thousands of Israelis were out in the parks celebrating the Passover holiday this weekend.