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Report: Lots More 90 Year Olds in Israel by 2035

A study shows that in 2035, Israel will have fewer Jews relative to population, and a lot more elderly.David Lev, 6/26/2013, 12:16 AM

Demographer: 62% Jewish is Not Enough

Israel cannot annex Judea and Samaria and remain a viable state, demographer argues.Maayana Miskin, 6/19/2013, 8:41 AM

Jewish Growth Speeds Up in Judea, Samaria

The already-high Jewish growth rate in Judea and Samaria has picked up speed. Fastest growth is outside ‘settlement blocs.’Maayana Miskin, 2/12/2013, 7:12 PM

Arab Growth Slows, Still Higher than Jewish Rate

While the Arab growth rate continues to decline, it is still higher than that of the Jewish population in the country.Annie Lubin, 1/14/2013, 4:27 PM

Israeli Jewish Population Set to Pass 6 Million

Population stats for new Jewish year show 5,978,600 Jews. Jews still in Diaspora down by 10,000.Gil Ronen, 9/11/2012, 3:04 PM

Covenant & Conversation for Vaetchanan

Why is the Jewish People so small?Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks, 8/3/2012, 12:05 AM

Ketzaleh: The Numbers Show We're Winning

MK Ya'akov Katz: Today there are 700,000 Jews living beyond the Green Line. This data is proof that Land of Israel activists have won.Elad Benari & Hezki Baruch, 8/1/2012, 5:44 AM

Jerusalem Still Israel's Largest Populated City

Jerusalem remains Israel’s largest city in terms of population, according to figures released by the Central Bureau of Statistics.Elad Benari, 7/10/2012, 4:43 AM

Population Forecast: More Hareidim by 2059

Central Bureau of Statistics releases new population forecast, predicting that hareidim will make up 41% of the population by 2059.Elad Benari, 12/13/2011, 5:14 AM

City of Ariel Demands to Grow

The city of Ariel is continuing its public campaign to end Ehud Barak's de-facto construction freeze that has plagued the city for several years.Hillel Fendel, 1/9/2011, 6:01 PM

Yesha Growth Leads Country

Population statistics for Judea and Samaria show yet another nation-leading growth rate in 2010 despite the freeze.Hillel Fendel, 1/9/2011, 1:23 PM