Immigration Issues / Israel / Jewish / USC Annenberg School Projects

[USC] Who are the people of Israel?

Mainstream media consumers often think of this tiny country’s population in terms of two factors: Jewish and non-Jewish — which often means Arab. Yet the reality is much more complex. Modern-day Israelis have emigrated from or descend from roughly 25 countries in substantial numbers, with Russia representing the largest migration, and Syria the smallest. And each country’s culture carries its own history, values, and beliefs — whether Jewish or Muslim, Christian or Druze, or something else entirely.

Click here to view an infographic illustrating some of the vibrant diversity that comprises modern Israel.

Screen shot of infographic.

Screen shot of infographic.

Created for “Digital” class at the USC Annenberg School of Journalism, fall 2013.


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