Israel is a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea. It is considered a Holy Land by Jews, Christians, and Muslims. Around 21% of Israelis live under the poverty line.
There are around 49 people groups in Israel. Of those, 38 (77.6%) are unreached.
There is an estimated population of 8,828,000. Of those, 8,563,000 (97%) are unreached.
Ethnic religions are the largest religion in Israel (76%). There is about 1.73% of Christians, with about 0.69% Evangelical Christian.
It is a fairly safe county to travel to, as crime rates are low. However, in Muslim regions, Christians face persecution from their families, society, Palestinian government authorities, and Hamas. In Jewish communities, Jews who follow Christ usually are faced with rejection, social pressure, and violence from ultra-Orthodox Jews. The annual Evangelical growth rate is 5.6%. It is in the 10/40 Window.