Israel has long been considered an “island economy” cut off from its Arab neighbors due to an absence of trade with its geographical neighbors. This lack of economic ties has caused Israel to often import goods from distant countries – products that it could otherwise get from nearby sources. The enmity and lack of normalization with its geographically-positioned Arab neighbors has resulted in a higher cost of living for Israel as compared to many neighboring Arab states. ” … Have you come
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