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Israelis leaving and not returning to Israel

MEMO | August 15, 2018

The number of Israelis leaving the country is higher than the number of those who are immigrating, Arab48 reported data from the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) showing.

Data from 2016 showed that 6,300 more Israelis left Israel than those who moved back to the country.

The CBS statistics also showed that between 560,000 and 596,000 Israelis remained abroad at the end of 2016. This number does not include children born outside the country.

According to the data, 53 per cent of the people who left were accompanied by their wives, but only 38 per cent of those who returned brought their wives back with them.

At least 26 per cent of those who left in 2016 emigrated to Israel during the last decade.

The data showed that the average age of those who left Israel in 2016 was 28.3 and 53 per cent of them were male.

In 2016, 8,900 Israelis, from those who remained abroad more than a year, returned to Israel, compared to 8,500 in 2015, including 6,700 Jews and 2,200 non-Jews with an age average of 29.1.

August 15, 2018 - Posted by | Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism | , ,


  1. I suppose the ones who are exiting Israel could be called “Anti-Semites”…..But, I have a great idea to get the population of Jews(can I used that word?) back up. Simply round up all the Jews in the USA who have Dual Passports, and send them to the country that they love most…….ISRAEL……Problem solved.

    Comment by Brian Harry, Australia | August 15, 2018 | Reply

  2. Jews leaving, Palestinians proliferating… The public-relations material continues to use the term “Jewish state”, but it’s really a predominantly Palestinian state, and becoming more of one daily. This is making the Zios uneasy, that’s why they’re stepping up their demolition of people’s houses, shooting children and so forth. They can see the writing on the wall.

    Comment by traducteur | August 16, 2018 | Reply

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