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Today 23 Shvat 5730 AD Saturday, (27 November 2021)

Administrative Districts of Israel

(Administrative division of Israel)

1. A. Northern District
2. Haifa District
3. Central District
4. Tel Aviv District
5. Jerusal County
6. Southern District

B. Judea and Samaria County
C. The Gaza Strip

The state of Israel is divided into 6 districts (heb. מחוז‎, mahoz), 15 Sub-districts (heb. נפה‎, Nafa) and 50 natural regions. This number includes and around the Golan Heights (4 regions), unrecognized by the UN in the territory of Israel.

The territories of Palestinian Autonomy (Gaza Strip, Judea and Samaria) are not included in the number of Israel.

For statistical purposes, Israel is divided into three metropolitan countries: Tel Aviv and Gush Dan (population 3.15 million people), Haifa (996 thousand people) and Beer Sheva (531,600).

The largest Israeli city, both in population and in area, is Jerusalem with 732,100 inhabitants and an area of ​​126 km². Tel Aviv, Haifa and Rishon Lezion are located in the following locations with a population of 384,600, 267,000 and 222,300 residents respectively.

5. Jerusalem District

Population: 868,500
Center: Jerusalem
The district includes the territories annexed to Israel during the Six Day War (1967).

Cities

Jerusalem | Beit Shemesh

Locations

АAbu Ghosh | Kiryat Yaarim | Mevatseret Zion

Regional Councils

Mate Yehuda

1. A. Northern District

Population: 1 202 600
Center: Nazareth
Sub-district and their population:
Safed (98,000)
Kinneret (98 100)
Izrael (430,400)
Akko (536,300)
Golan (39,800)

Cities

Afula | Acre | Beit Shean | Carmiel | Kiryat Shemona | Ma'alot-Tarshiha | Migdal-ha-Emek | Nahariya | Nazareth | Illitar-Natserat | Safed | Sakhnin | Shagor | Shefaram | Tamra | Tiberias

Locations

Abu Snan | Adjar | Arrabé | Basmat Tivon | Beit Jan | Bir-al-Maksur | Buine Nugidat | Bukata | Deer Hannah | Dvorya | Ayalbun | Ein Kania | Ein Mahal | Fassuta | Jahar | Hurfeysh | Hazor haGlilit | Ibilin | Ixal | Ilut | Jadia Macr | Julis | Cabaya-Tabash-Hayaayre | Kabul | Kaukab Abu Al Khiyah | Kfar Vradim | Kfar Yasif | Kfar Kama | Kafr Kanna | Kfar Manda | Kfar Tavor | The Kinneret | Kisra Smia | Maar | Meilia | Majdal Shams | Masada | Mashhad | Mazraa | Metula | Mevo Hama | Migdal | Nahf | Peking | Katsrin | Raama | Rheine | Ramat Ishay | Rosh Pina | Sajjar | Shaab | Shlomi | Shibli-umm-el-Janam | Tuba-Zangria | Turan | Yafia | Januah-Jat | Yavniel | Yesod ha-Ma'ala | Yarka | Zarzir

Regional Councils

Al-Batuf | Emek Beit Shean | Bustan Al Marge | Emek HaYarden | Gilboa | The Golan | Emek Israel | Lower Galilee | Upper Galilee | Maale Yosef | Mate Asher | Meggido | Merom HaGalil | Mevot HaHermon | Misgav

2. Haifa District

Population: 865,200
Center: Haifa
Sub-district and their population:
Haifa (529,500)
Hadera (335 700)

Cities

Baka-Jat | Caramel | Hadera | Haifa | Kiryat Ata | Kiryat Bialik | Kiryat Motzkin | Kiryat Yam | Nesher | Or Akiva | Ir a Carmel | Tirat-Carmel | Um el-Fahm

Locations

Arara | Binyamina-Givat Ada | Zichron Yaakov | Zisr al-Zarqa | Kfar Kara | Maale Iron | Fureydis | Pardess Hana-Karkour | Kiryat Tivon | Rechashim

Regional Councils

Alona | Hof A-carmel | Menashe | Zvastun

3. Central District

Population: 1 689 600
Center: Ramle
Sub-district and their population:
Sharon (371,900)
Petah-Tikva (578,000)
Ramle (267,600)
Rehovot (472 100)

Cities

Hod Hasharon | Kfar Sava | Lod | Modiin-Maccabim-Reut | Nes Ciona | Netanya | Petah Tikva | Kalansua | Ra'anana | Ramle | Rehovot | Rishon Lezion | Rosh ha-Ain | Taipei | Tira | Yavne | Yehud

Locations

Beer Yaakov | Beit Dagan | Bnei Aish | Elad | Eliyahin | Even Yehuda | Gan Yavne | Gedera | Givat Shmuel | Juljulia | Kafr Kasem | Kfar Bar | Kfar Yona | Kiryat Ekron | Kohav Yair | Mazkeret Batya | Pardessa | Ramot HaShavim | Savyon | Shoam | Tel Mond | Tsuran-Kadima | Zemer

Regional Councils

Brenner |
Han Rave | Kotorot | Gezer | Drôme Hasharon | Emek Hefer | Hevel Modiin | Hevel Yavne | Hof Hasharon | Lev Hasharon | Emek Lod | Nahal Sorek

4. Tel-Aviv District (Gush-Dan)

Population: 1 204 400
Center: Tel Aviv

Cities

Tel Aviv-Yafo | Bat Yam | Bnei Brak | Givatayim | Herzliya | Kiryat Ono | Or Yehuda | Ramat Gan | Ramat Hasharon | Holon

Locations

Azor | Kfar Shmaryahu

Regional Councils

Efal

6. Southern District

Population: 1 201 200
Center: Beer Sheva

Sub-district and their population:
Ashkelon (456,000)
Beer Sheva (565,300)

Cities

Arad | Ashdod | Ashkelon | Beer Sheva | Dimona | Kiryat Gat | Kiryat Malakhi | Netivot | Ofakim | Rahat | Sderot | Eilat

Locations

Arara Ba-negev | Hura | Couseifeh | Lakie | Lehavim | Meytar | Mitzpe Ramon | Omer | Segev Shalom | Tel Sheva | Eruham

Regional Councils

Abu Basma | Beer Tuvia | Bnei Shimon | Arava | Eshkol | Hevel Eliot | Hof Ashkelon | Lahish | Merhavim | Ramat Negev | The Shedit Negev | Shaar Ha-Negev | Shafir | Tamar | Yoav

B. Judea and Samaria

Population: 285,000 citizens of Israel
The largest Jewish city: Modiin-Ilit
This area includes the Israeli settlements in the West Bank, not related to East Jerusalem. These territories are under Israel's control after the Six Day War (1967), but international recognition of their status remains controversial.

Cities

Ariel | Beitar-Ilit | Maale Adumim<

Locations

Alfei Menashe | Beit Arie | Bet El | Efrat | Elkana | Givat Zeev | Har-Adar | Immanuel | Karnei Shomron | Cadumim | Kiryat Arba | Maale-Efraim | Modiin-Ilit | Oranite

Council of Hebron Jewish Community

Hebron