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WA Delegate: The Zionist Republic of Flor-Fina (elected )

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 630th Most Devout: 952nd Highest Economic Output: 994th+7
Most Nations: 1,145th Largest Black Market: 1,259th Largest Publishing Industry: 1,397th Highest Disposable Incomes: 1,443rd Most Influential: 1,498th Largest Populations: 1,705th Largest Mining Sector: 1,790th
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Welcome to Israel, a small but diverse region that is home to a fascinating array of cultures.
The history of Israel, the Holy Land, goes back thousands of years, with the rise and fall of numerous empires and cultures. Its heart was always Jerusalem, Israel's eternal undivided capital.
It is also where the Jewish people rebuilt its home, after almost 2,000 years of diaspora.



Jews, Christians, Muslims and all others are welcome here, and you must respect the beliefs of the inhabitants. Understand, however, that this is a Zionist region.

This region was freed by the NationStates' Mossad after years of Nazi occupation.



The regional password is "I'm a Zionist and love Israel".



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Embassies: United States of America, Jerusalem, Poland, Right to Life, India, Philosophy 115, Antifa, Brasil, The NationStates Holocaust Memorial, The MT Army, VCG, Natan Region, The Grand Old Duke of Pork, League of Christian Nations, Christianity, The Commonwealth Of Furry Peoples, and 33 others.Deutschland, Central Eastern Europe, The Illuminati, Continent of Xenonia, The Royal Imperial Directorate, Hapes Consortium, Res Publica Catholicae Borgiae, Southeastern Wisconsin, The Embassy, The United Caribbean Island Alliance, Nelborne Union, Ozymandium, Conservative League, Portugal, Chinese Republic, The Confederacy Of Kishkhat, The Bar on the corner of every region, Yarnia, The Commonwealth of Crowns, Union of Nationalists, The Gordo Alliance of Got Beef, The North Atlantic Ocean, Realm of the Whispering Winds, Federation of Conservative Nations, United We Stand, North America, SECFanatics, Northern Atlantic Ocean, German Realm, Universal Pact, Commonwealth of Liberty, The united nations of liberalia, and The Prayer Room.

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Israel contains 12 nations, the 1,145th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Publishing Industry in Israel

The World Census tallied social media complaints from students regarding overpriced textbooks to determine which nations have the largest book publishing industries.

As a region, Israel is ranked 1,397th in the world for Largest Publishing Industry.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Lovely Happy Jewish Republic of Sea Dolphin LoversLeft-Leaning College State“Thanks for the fish, man.”
2.The Free Zionist Republic of Mossad Agent HInoffensive Centrist Democracy“In Defense of Israel and its Allies Worldwide”
3.The Knootian Protectorate of Ale-YarokCivil Rights Lovefest“Ale Yarok - haderech el hachofesj”
4.The Zionist Republic of Flor-FinaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Protected By Magen David”
5.The Theocratic Triumvirate of The Harith TribeNew York Times Democracy“There Are No Rights Without Duties”
6.The Jewish State of Israeli Defense ForceLeft-Leaning College State“The land of Zion and Jerusalem.”
7.The Rogue Nation of KykelInoffensive Centrist Democracy“אורים ותמים”
8.The United Confederate States of KrimzenCapitalist Paradise“יש לנו אמון שלנו ביהוה”
9.The Protectorate of ROTWW Embassy IIAuthoritarian Democracy“Realm of the Whispering Winds Ambassador”
10.The Republic of Zephyrus IXCorrupt Dictatorship“Ezekiel 25:17”
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Israel Regional Message Board

Happy Rosh Hashanah!

Shana Tovah! A Blessed New Year to you and yours! May the L-rd fill your year with sweet and good things.

Welcome the Jewish year 5780!

Happy new year! May this be a year of renewal, prosperity and peace, in personal lives of all here, as well in the USA, Israel and all other good-willing people and nations of the world.

Sea Dolphin Lovers wrote:
It is clearly time for a national unity government, WITHOUT BIBI. Let us hope the Likud party dumps him, sooner rather than later, for all of our sakes.

National unity government - I'll give you that. But without bibi it simply not going to happen. More than 2 million people voted for him (either LIkud or parties that had declared they'd only join Bibi), and far less voted for gantz.

Sea Dolphin Lovers wrote:Luckily for Israel, the Israeli public thinks differently. "personal character, integrity and traits?" We wish! He is corrupt, plain and simple. He sold Israeli interests for personal gains and luxury meals and gifts. He is a liar and a thief. He endangers Israel, will sell us for nothing, and do everything to escape from jail. How can someone like him be trusted with our safety? He belongs in prison, not in Balfour street.

You're clueless. Unfortunately, the media campaign succeeded this time, clearly with you. Absolutely nothing more wrong with Bibi's behavior relatively to previous PMs. The police and state attorneys really crossed the line, making legal constructions never before heard of, anywhere on the planet, just to twist the voters' judgement. Positive coverage of a politician - a bribe? Give me ONE example of such a case anywhere in the western world. If that were the case 90% of politicians in the world would be found guilty, and the remaining 10% are just failed politicians.
Read what Allan Dershowitz, not one of Bibi's fans, wrote on this subject. Read what Ruth Gavison, a clear leftist, wrote on this.
Give me a break... It is an attempted coup by legal means, "plain and simple."

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I hope all of our Yom Kippur's were excellent. Certainly a good day for me.

Krimzen wrote:I hope all of our Yom Kippur's were excellent. Certainly a good day for me.

Glad yours was good! Mine was, too. Itís, for lack of a better word, refreshing. Most refreshing day of the year.

Because of Donald Trump's abandonment of the SDF and enabling of the Turkish invasion, I have never been more ashamed to be an American than I have this week.

Israel Ambassador wrote:Because of Donald Trump's abandonment of the SDF and enabling of the Turkish invasion, I have never been more ashamed to be an American than I have this week.

I understand your sentiments. While I'm not ashamed to be an American, I'm very angry that President Trump has abandoned the Kurds, and allowed the escape of hundreds of Isis prisoners. This action will come back to haunt the USA and our allies.

Israel Ambassador wrote:Because of Donald Trump's abandonment of the SDF and enabling of the Turkish invasion, I have never been more ashamed to be an American than I have this week.

Any involvement of the US is a force for good, and should be thanked for, but the region's prosperity or quiet cannot and should not depend solely on the good graces of the US and its troops.
While this decision does complicates things, allowing Suni Turkey to cause havoc in Syria and at the same time strengthening Assad and its Shi'ite allies, and while the seemingly hasty thought-process behind this decision puzzles many in the region, I don't think you or any other American have anything to be ashamed of. Quite the opposite. Seeing what a withdrawl of relatively small American force leads to, you should be proud of the good grace your country and your people and leaders were good enough to show the region until now.

Whether or not this decision is in the best interests of the American people is a different question, to which the answer, I humbly think, is far from obvious.

Mossad Agent H wrote:Any involvement of the US is a force for good, and should be thanked for, but the region's prosperity or quiet cannot and should not depend solely on the good graces of the US and its troops.
While this decision does complicates things, allowing Suni Turkey to cause havoc in Syria and at the same time strengthening Assad and its Shi'ite allies, and while the seemingly hasty thought-process behind this decision puzzles many in the region, I don't think you or any other American have anything to be ashamed of.

It is interesting to see the reaction to Trumpís decision from both sides of the aisle. Republicans seem to be condemning it, which I think is principled, because they were similarly against Obamaís abandonment of the Kurds in Iraq.

Democrats, too, are upset with the decision - but they werenít with Obamaís abandonment of the Kurds. They even welcomed it. Which is annoying for at least a handful of reasons.

Iím against Trumpís decision. But then, I have always advocated for greater American presence in the Levant (and the Gulf) to, first and foremost, deter Iran.

But to speak of the Kurds specifically, I am very much puzzled by Trumpís decision. Truthfully, I think it was a very bad one, for a few reasons:

1) I see the Kurds like I see myself - and Jews generally. I want them to have a state. And I think theyíd be a good ally, perhaps another bulwark against Iran.

2) It seems like a real betrayal to these people, who shed their blood before ours, and I want American foreign policy to reflect our values, rather than merely our interests. Our operations in Syria were cheap, too, in lives and in treasure.

3) We didnít get much out of this retreat. Turkey didnít give us anything. If they had, Iíd be somewhat more understanding. At best, theyíre a reluctant ally. At worst, a perpetual nuisance, and an enemy of Israel. If they didnít house our nukes, Iíd be even more dismissive of their interests.

4) Still, Trump is doing exactly what he said he would. This wasnít surprising. In fact, heís doing precisely what the Left has been asking for. Which is why Iím surprised by their reaction. Itís not principled. Itís merely a gut reaction against Trump. And if Obama had done this - and he did! - theyíd be congratulating each other for it.

Late note: The abandonment of Kurdish allies may make the acquisition of future allies more difficult. The Poles have, at least privately, referred to American promises of backup as a ďdangerous delusion,Ē and a false hope.

My worry: Would Israel be wrong for coming to the same conclusion? Would Saudi Arabia pursue nukes, believing our guarantees of security to be fickle? Maybe. America doesnít have a great history of supporting our allies (Vietnam, Cuba, Iraq). There are thousands of men and women, buried in shallow graves across the earth, who were foolish enough to trust us.

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