Israel: 8,5 millions
Palestinian territories: 4,2 millions
Palestinian territories: East Jerusalem
Israel: High income, OECD
Palestinian territories: Lower middle income
Israel: Hebrew, Arabic (used officially for Arab minority), (English)
Palestinian territories: Classical Arabic, Palestinian Arabic, Syrian Arabic, Modern Hebrew
Israel: Jewish 75%, Muslim 17.5%, Christian 2%, Druze 1.6%
Palestinian territories: Sunni Muslim (97%), Christian 3%
Israel is the only country in the world who entered the 21st century with more trees in its territory than it had in the 20th century.
The glue on Israel’s stamps is kosher.
Israel has the highest concentration of high-technology companies in the world, next only to Silicon Valley.
For thousands of years, the olive tree has been an integral part of the Palestinian landscape: a symbol of Palestinian identity, culture and tradition.
The Palestinian city Bethlehem celebrates Christmas 3 times a year. Once on December 25 as per western tradition, then on 6 January as per the Greek Orthodox Church and then on 18 January, as per the Armenians.
Portraying human diversity
We focused on portraying the diversity we met on the streets of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Hebron and Nablus.Go to →
More than dispute
Experiencing everyday life in Palestine is as rewarding as trying to understand the conflict between the Palestinians and Israel.Go to →
The bruised Promised Land
A peep into one of the world’s most lengthy conflicts that is so hard to grasp. (In Danish)Go to →
Life in Israel and Palestine is full of taboos. This photo series depicts everyday life on both sides and how people make it work. (In Danish)Go to →