Israel

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Israel
maŋsulinsi tiŋgbani, Mediterranean country, tingbani, geographic region, OECD country, state with limited recognition
Pahi laMiddle East, West Asia Mali niŋ
Di pilli ni14 Silimin gɔli May 1948 Mali niŋ
Yuliꠁꠎꠞꠣꠁꠟ Mali niŋ
Yu'maŋliישראל, دَوْلَة إِسْرَائِيل Mali niŋ
Zuliya wuhibuמְדִינַת יִשְׂרָאֵל, دَوْلَة إِسْرَائِيل Mali niŋ
Yu'ŋmaa🇮🇱, ישראל Mali niŋ
Yuli din boli Bini Bondiמְדִינַת יִשְׂרָאֵל, رِیاسَتِ اِسْرائِیل, دَوْلَة إِسْرَائِيل Mali niŋ
Yɛtɔɣa sabbu gahindaˈiːsɾɑɛl, ˈɪzreɪəl, jisʁaˈʔel Mali niŋ
Participant inWar of Attrition, relations between Israel and Mercosur, "First Rain" Operation Mali niŋ
Binyarsi Suɣubu ShɛiIsrael State Archives Mali niŋ
Siɣili-lana yuliLand of Israel, Jacob Mali niŋ
Ŋun piliDavid Ben-Gurion Mali niŋ
Yɛltɔɣa din nyɛ tuma ni diniHebrew Mali niŋ
Tiŋgbani silimaHatikvah Mali niŋ
Taachi sabbuno value Mali niŋ
Dunia yaɣiliAsia Mali niŋ
TiŋaIsrael Mali niŋ
TinzuɣuJerusalem Mali niŋ
Wakati luɣiliIsrael time zone, Israel Summer Time, Asia/Jerusalem, UTC+02:00, UTC+03:00 Mali niŋ
Dini be shɛliSouthern Levant Mali niŋ
Located in/on physical featureFertile Crescent Mali niŋ
Tiŋgbaŋ yaɣili calinli31°0′0″N 35°0′0″E Mali niŋ
Coordinates of easternmost point32°56′43″N 35°53′46″E Mali niŋ
Coordinates of northernmost point33°19′58″N 35°46′5″E Mali niŋ
Coordinates of southernmost point29°29′27″N 34°54′10″E Mali niŋ
Coordinates of westernmost point31°13′11″N 34°16′3″E Mali niŋ
Highest pointMount Hermon Mali niŋ
Lowest pointDead Sea Mali niŋ
Din nyɛ gɔmnanti nyoliniparliamentary republic, unitary state Mali niŋ
Office held by head of statePresident of Israel Mali niŋ
Tiŋgban zuɣ'lanaIsaac Herzog Mali niŋ
Office held by head of governmentPrime Minister of Israel Mali niŋ
Tiŋgbani zuɣ'lanaBenjamin Netanyahu Mali niŋ
Has cabinetcabinet of Israel Mali niŋ
Kpamba yaɣilicabinet of Israel Mali niŋ
Loo zalibu yaɣaKnesset Mali niŋ
Saliya dibu kpamba ban be tooniIsraeli Supreme Court Mali niŋ
Central bankBank of Israel Mali niŋ
Tingbani liɣirinew shekel Mali niŋ
Laɣigu pilibu sheeIndependence Hall Mali niŋ
Di tarisi niSyria, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon Mali niŋ
Foundational textDeclaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel Mali niŋ
Duhubu yaɣiliright Mali niŋ
Niɣilim buɣum polo puloku balishɛliEuroplug, Type H, BS 546 Mali niŋ
TaɣiMandatory Palestine Mali niŋ
Ŋun bɔhim ŋa nyɛIsrael studies Mali niŋ
Production statisticsolive Mali niŋ
Described at URLhttp://68k.news/index.php?section=nation&loc=IL&lang=HE Mali niŋ
External data available at URLhttp://www.cbs.gov.il/, https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/is.html, https://www.oecd.org/israel/ Mali niŋ
HasitagiIsrael Mali niŋ
Top-level Internet domain.il, ישראל. Mali niŋ
Tuutaflag of Israel Mali niŋ
Coat of armsEmblem of Israel Mali niŋ
Official symbolyundakpani, Anemone coronaria, Canaan Dog, Olea europaea, falafel Mali niŋ
Geography of topicgeography of Israel Mali niŋ
Nahingbaŋfree country, Jewish and democratic state Mali niŋ
Taarihi bachikpani dalinlihistory of Israel Mali niŋ
Adiini gahindiliJudaism, Musulunsi, Kristatali, Druze Mali niŋ
Ziligi naba trafiki yaɣilileft Mali niŋ
Open data portaldata.gov.il Mali niŋ
Economy of topiceconomy of Israel Mali niŋ
Demographics of topicdemographics of Israel Mali niŋ
Mobile country code425 Mali niŋ
Tiŋgbani boligu zalikpana+972 Mali niŋ
Trunk prefix0 Mali niŋ
Zuɣusaa zuɣusaa tangalimia lamba100, 101, 102 Mali niŋ
GS1 tiŋgbani code729 Mali niŋ
Lansisi plati koodiIL Mali niŋ
Maritime lamba kalinli428 Mali niŋ
Unicode bachinima🇮🇱 Mali niŋ
Category for honorary citizens of entityCategory:Honorary citizens from Israel Mali niŋ
Category for mapsCategory:Maps of Israel Mali niŋ
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Israel (/ˈɪzri.əl, -r-/; Tɛmplet:Lang-he Yīsrāʾēl [jisʁaˈʔel]; Arabic: إِسْرَائِيلʾIsrāʾīl), bɛ ni booni tiŋ'shɛli State of Israel (מְדִינַת יִשְׂרָאֵל Medīnat Yīsrāʾēl [mediˈnat jisʁaˈʔel]; دَوْلَة إِسْرَائِيل Dawlat Isrāʾīl), nyɛla tiŋgbani shɛli din be West Asia. Di di la tarisi ni Lebanon zaŋ chaŋ, Syria zaŋ chaŋ northeast, Jordan zaŋ chaŋ east, Red Sea zaŋ chaŋ south, Egypt zaŋ chaŋ southwest, Mediterranean Sea zaŋ chaŋ west, n-ti pahi Palestinian territories – West Bank zaŋ chaŋ east ni Gaza Strip zaŋ chaŋ southwest. Tel Aviv n-nyɛ tiŋgbani ŋɔ daabiligu tiŋ'sunsuuni, ka di tiŋgbani zuɣulana ʒi Jerusalem.[1][fn 1]

Israel be la Southern Levant, tiŋgbani yaɣ'shɛli bɛ ni booni Canaan, Israel tiŋgbani, Palestine n-ti pahi Holy Land. Tuuli ha "millennium BCE" saha, Israelite nanima zaŋ ti "Israel and Judah" daa yi polo, pɔi ka naan yi kpe Neo-Assyrian mini Neo-Babylonian empires, zaŋ doli taba.[2][3] "Classical era" saha, Achaemenid, Macedonian, Ptolemaic n-ti pahi Seleucid n daa su tiŋgbana ŋɔ. "2nd century BCE", maŋsulinsi Hasmonean tiŋgbani daa yi polo, pɔi ka Rome daa naan yi ti fa tiŋgbani ŋɔ. "7th century CE" saha, "Muslim conquest of the Levant" daa pili "caliphal rule".

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  1. Akram, Susan M., Michael Dumper, Michael Lynk, and Iain Scobbie, eds. 2010. International Law and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Rights-Based Approach to Middle East Peace. Routledge. p. 119: "UN General Assembly Resolution 181 recommended the creation of an international zone, or corpus separatum, in Jerusalem to be administered by the UN for a 10-year period, after which there would be a referendum to determine its future. This approach applies equally to West and East Jerusalem and is not affected by the occupation of East Jerusalem in 1967. To a large extent it is this approach that still guides the diplomatic behaviour of states and thus has greater force in international law."
  2. Broshi, Maguen (2001). [[[:Tɛmplet:Google books]] Bread, Wine, Walls and Scrolls] Check |url= value (help). Bloomsbury Publishing. p. 174. ISBN 978-1-84127-201-6.
  3. Faust, Avraham (2012-08-29). Judah in the Neo-Babylonian Period. Society of Biblical Literature. p. 1. doi:10.2307/j.ctt5vjz28. ISBN 978-1-58983-641-9.


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