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Monday, December 15, 2008
A University of Ariel study of Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria has come up with some interesting findings.

1. The Jewish population in Judea and Samaria is increasing at 3 times the rate of the rest of Israel.
2. The number of children per household is higher here than in the rest of Israel.
3. The average age here is younger here than in the rest of Israel.
4. The employment rate here is higher here than in the rest of Israel.
5. Jewish residents are more satisfied with their lives is higher here than in the rest of Israel.

Muqata adds that Jewish income in Judea and Samaria is 10% higher than the average family income than the rest of Israel. (Jameel's source: Galei Tzahal).

6 comments:

Rafi G said...

so if I move to Judea and Samaria does that mean I get an automatic 10% raise from my boss?

JoeSettler said...

Yes, I believe that is exactly how it works.

Of course it obviously must come at the expense of someone within the Green Line (otherwise it wouldn't have been headline news on the radio for the past 3 hours).

Rafi G said...

so the 10% pay cut we received recently in our company is because someone else moved to Judea and Samaria... Either I have to move out there and get my 10% back, or we have to discourage others from moving out there so I dont lose any more...

JoeSettler said...

Now you are beginning to understand why we Settlers are to blame for everything.

Phil said...

The Jews in Judea and Samaria need to concentrate on commerce more. I would love to see Israelis go from whining about how much the settlements cost to whining about how the settlers make all the money. Then it will be harder to displace them.

Renegade said...

"The Jews in Judea and Samaria need to concentrate on commerce more. ...Then it will be harder to displace them."
Yeah, like Gush Katif...

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