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Israel (Hebrew: יִשְרָאֵל; Arabic: اسْرائيل), the official name of the State of Israel (Hebrew: יִשְרָאֵל יִשְרָאֵל مِدینات یِسْرائيل), a country in West Asia is located on the southeast coast of the Mediterranean Sea and the north coast of the Red Sea. Israel is bordered to the north by Lebanon, to the northeast by Syria, to the east by Jordan, to the east and west by the Palestinian territories of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and the southeast by Egypt. Although the country has a relatively small area, it has a variety of geographical features.
The economic and scientific center of Israel is Tel Aviv, while its center of government is in Jerusalem, the city that Israel considers its capital; Jerusalem is recognized as the capital of this country by most countries, but several countries do not recognize it. Israel is a developed country and its type of government is a parliamentary republic.
It has a parliamentary system and public suffrage, in which the president is a ceremonial official, with the prime minister as head of state and the Knesset (Israeli parliament) as the legislature. In 2008, Israel was ranked 41st in the world in terms of GDP.
Israel has the best academic ranking in the Middle East in terms of academic rankings, ranking 23rd in the world in terms of the Human Development Index in 20 Due to Israel's immigrant structure, street names in Israel are written in three languages: Hebrew, Arabic, and English.
Hebrew is the only official language of Israel. Other common languages in Israel include Arabic, English, Russian, and Yiddish (common among the Jews of Russia, Poland, and Germany, which is a mixture of German and Hebrew).
The Israeli Ministry of Education has mandated the teaching of Arabic in all public schools. The purpose of this work is to bring the two cultures of Judaism and Arabia closer together. Hebrew and Arabic are recognized as official languages in the Israeli parliament, and delegates can speak Arabic in the Knesset if they wish.
Due to the population structure of Israel, which is mainly made up of Jews and Arabs, the names of all the streets in the country are written in both Hebrew and Arabic, and all broadcast films must have Hebrew and Arabic subtitles.