Creative Culture ( Israel and its Culture)

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Creative Culture:

Creative Culture Israel and its culture

Identification :

Identification According to Bible, Israel is the name given by God to Jacob. The modern country of Israel includes two distinct nationalities, the Palestinian and the Jewish. Each nationality is completely different from each other. The Palestinians are Arabs whose traditions are founded in Muslim Culture; the Jews define their culture in large part around the religion as well. Each group identifies as part of a larger, international and religious community, and each has a history in region that goes back to ancient times.


Demography Israel’s population in 2000 was 5,842,454. This includes an estimated 171000 Israeli settlers in the West Bank, 20,000 in the Israeli occupied Golan heights, 6,500 in the Gaza strip and 172,000 in East Jerusalem. The population is roughly 80% Jewish; of the total population, 32.1% were born in Europe or America; 20.8% in Israel; 14.6% in Africa; and 12.6% in Asia. Most of the 20% who are not Jewish are Arab.

Food in Daily Life:

Food in Daily Life Falafel, ground chickpeas mixed with onions and spices formed into balls and fried, are served in a pita bread as a sandwich. Other popular dishes include Tabuleh (a salad of bulgur wheat and chopped vegetables) and hummus ( chickpeas paste). Baklava is a popular dessert of Arabic origin and consist of flaky dough layered with honey and nuts.

Jewish and different cultural clothing:

Jewish and different cultural clothing

About Jewish Clothing:

About Jewish Clothing Under the spread of Islam, when the majority of the Jews came under its cultural influence and political control, Jews easily adopted the new styles of dress and were in no way distinguishable from their neighbours. People of the upper classes dressed elegantly in fine silk and linen clothes. These included the jubba, a flowing robe with large sleeves and of various depending on taste, such as green orange or rose.

Jewish religion :

Jewish religion Judaism is the “religion, philosophy and way of life of the Jewish people”. Originating in the Hebrew bible it is considered by Jews to be the expression of relationship to God. Judaism claims a historical continuity spanning more than 3,000 years ago. It is one of the oldest monotheistic religions and the oldest to survive into the present day. Some of the religious rabbinic texts are: Tanakh Mesorah Targum

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