Israel, a relatively small nation, holds immense significance for three of the world’s major religions. Notably, it stands as the sole nation where Jews form the majority of the population, often referred to as the “Promised Land” for Jews.
For Christians, Israel is recognized as the “Holy Land” due to its role as the backdrop for Jesus’ life and crucifixion. However, contrary to expectations, Christianity isn’t the dominant religion in the country, with approximately 80% of the population adhering to Judaism.
As per the Central Bureau of Statistics in Israel, around 175,000 Christians reside in the country, constituting roughly 2% of the total population. Most of them, approximately 70.6%, are situated in the northern regions and make up 77.7% of the Christian community...See More