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Israel ranks first among nations in environmental protection, with a score of 78.
Its scores have been rising since the 1990s, according to a recent analysis of data from the World Bank.
Israel’s scores were not adjusted for population size, but in Israel, the average person in a country lives around 10 years longer than the average life expectancy of the world average, according the World Health Organization.
The country is also home to a number of natural resources that are protected, including the Galilee, the Golan Heights and the Negev Desert.
While Israel’s ranking may not necessarily be the highest, it’s certainly a good place to start.
Read more>>The country is home to several of the most important natural resources in the world, such as the Galilees and the Gola Basin, which are among the most arid regions in the Middle East.
The area also hosts a number other important ecosystems, including several in the Neqab and Galilee desert regions.
Israel is home base for the Iron Dome, a defense system developed by Israel and the United States that can intercept rockets and rockets with a range of less than 500 meters.
A study published in 2015 by researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Hebrew Academy of Sciences found that Iron Dome has prevented more than 1,200 rockets and mortar rounds from hitting Israel in recent years.
The study found that Israeli residents are three times more likely to be killed or injured by a rocket fired at their homes than those living in neighboring countries.
A 2015 study also found that a third of Israeli citizens support military action against Iran over its nuclear program.
Israel’s ranking comes at a time when the country’s leadership is struggling to find ways to ease tensions between Israel and Iran.
In recent weeks, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made an effort to improve ties with the Islamic Republic, including hosting Iranian president Hassan Rouhani for a summit in March.
The two countries are also currently negotiating an international deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program and work together to secure the release of Israeli-American David Haines, who is held in Iran.
In 2018, Israeli authorities issued an ultimatum to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) that they would be compelled to return Hain, whose wife was killed in a 2016 car bombing.
In response, the ISIL issued an audio message on Telegram, a popular social media app, saying the group would not allow the Israelis to return their hostages.
According to the report, a spokesperson for the Islamic Court of Syria, one of ISIL’s branches in Syria, said the group “has never allowed the Israelis and the Israelis only to return to the place where the hostages were taken.”