For a small nation, Israel is extremely significant to three of the four largest religions in the world.In addition to being the only nation in the world where Jews make up the majority of the population, the modern Jewish state is also known as the “Promised Land” for Jews.
Because it was the setting for Jesus’ life and death, Christians refer to Israel as the “Holy Land.”As a result, the majority of Christians would anticipate that Christianity would be the dominant religion, yet this is not the case. About 80% of the population practices Judaism, which is the predominant religion in the nation.
Around 175,000 Christians live in Israel, making up about 2% of the total population, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics in Israel.
The majority of them (70.6%) are found in Israel’s northern region and make up 77.7% of all Christians.
Residents and rights organizations in the West Bank claim that Christians there share in the Israeli occupation’s land seizures, arbitrary detentions, and collective punishment.….See More