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Country of Israel Districts

The country of Israel is broken up into 6 administrative districts with 15 sub-districts and 50 natural regions. It is my understanding according to the Isarael Central Bureau Statistics that the sub-districts are similar to what we call Provinces/States in North America and the natural regions are similar to municipalities/counties.

I’m not fully understanding the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Golan Heights and East Jerusalem. Are they territories of Israel or a part of another country? How would one reference where you lived if you were lived in one of these regions (ie. West Bank, Isarel)?

This knowledge maybe helpful for those that need to reference contact information or allow clients to select their country and province/state/district.

Source: Israel Central Bureau Statistics
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The organizers of OSDC::Israel::2009 have asked me to help them find sponsors for their event.

The Open Source Developers' Conference in Israel, 2009 is planned to be a low-cost three-day muliple track conference held somewhere in Israel. The conference will be held in the beginning of 2009. Exact dates and location will be announced later on our mailing lists.

The conference theme is Open Source Tools with an emphasis on Test Automation and Quality Assurance. The talks presented at the conference will be about practical uses of Perl, Python, PHP, Ruby and some other languages and technologies.

I am particularly intrigued by the idea of the …

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