FourFour two: Six mythologies about Israel, and the tourist trophy.
In the days after the war, Israel has seen its tourism sector fall, its infrastructure crumble, its industries crumble and its tourism industry in ruins.
Israel’s tourism industry is in serious trouble.
The country’s tourism sector has lost more than half its value, with annual revenues down to $6.5 billion from $11.5 million in 2009.
Tourism is a pillar of the economy in Israel.
But now, with the economy collapsing, Israel’s economy is in ruins, and not only for tourists.
Its tourism industry has been plunged into a severe recession.
This year alone, the economy is projected to shrink by 10.4% to $12.2 billion.
It’s a total loss of about $1.4 billion a year.
And the economy of the country is in a downward spiral.
And so the question is: How can Israel’s foreign tourism sector survive in such a dire state?
Tourism, tourism, tourism.
Tourism in Israel is a business, and a tourist industry is very important to Israel.
It sustains the economy and it provides jobs to many of its citizens.
Israel is home to a rich heritage, and an international reputation for tourism.
The economy of Israel is the envy of the world, and it sustains many of Israel’s exports.
Tourism generates about $8 billion a day in Israel, according to the Ministry of Tourism.
The tourism sector of Israel accounts for about 12% of the gross domestic product of Israel.
And of the more than $1 billion a month it’s spending on its tourism infrastructure, about one-third of that is spent on the construction of hotels, restaurants and other tourist facilities.
And yet Israel’s population of just over two million people is now the second largest in the world.
Its GDP is expected to shrink even more.
How can tourism survive in a country that is in decline?
And how can it sustain the economy?
There is a very simple answer: Israel needs foreign investment, and in the past year alone it has received a $400 million loan from China.
And it also has a $500 million loan for its tourism project in Gaza.
In fact, since 2009, China has given Israel $2.8 billion in loans to build the infrastructure of the Israeli economy.
And that’s just for the infrastructure, but Israel is also seeking a new loan from Japan.
China’s foreign investment is a big part of Israel being able to continue to develop its economy.
But it also allows Israel to take advantage of its opportunities in the Middle East and beyond.
There is no better place in the Arab world for investment, for tourism, for business opportunities than in Israel itself.
In Israel, we have the best quality of life in the region.
And to keep this quality, the Israeli government must be careful not to over-promise.
Israel has become a great example for the rest of the Arab World.
But we cannot allow the Arab-Israeli conflict to become the global crisis it is currently being pushed to be.
And there’s no doubt that it will become that, because Israel is now going to face a lot of criticism for its policies.
Israel needs to find the right balance between its economic development, its social benefits, and its social concerns.
The current Israeli government is going in the wrong direction, and is losing its ability to develop the economy.
That’s why it needs foreign investments.
Israel, as a Jewish state, should develop its tourism economy to provide opportunities for its citizens and the tourists who visit Israel.
If Israel can develop tourism as a business and as a destination, Israel can provide its citizens with a better life.