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Israel’s fertility rate is far higher than rest of OECD

Statistics bureau also says that in 2016, Jewish and Arab women on average had almost the same number of children
Israel’s fertility rate was significantly higher in 2016 than that of any other developed country’s, the Central Bureau of Statistics said Tuesday in a report that also found that Jewish women have almost as many babies as Arab women, continuing a trend whereby that gap has steadily narrowed over the last 20 years.

WE DID IT: An American Family, Now Legal Residents of Russia

I have no Russian ancestors. I have no Russian spouse. We are not wealthy. We are not famous. And now, we are not tourists. We are legal residents of the Russian Federation. People said it wasn't possible. This is how we did it.

For the past year and a half, my family and I have been living in Russia on tourist visas. But now, we are tourists no longer. I went to the immigration office in Yaroslavl, and picked up our new documents.

We are now legal residents of the Russian Federation.

Is there the future for whites in South Africa?



Russia Welcomes Afrikaners: 15,000 Boers Want to Change South Africa for Russia

Whatever the outcome, the notion that Boers see Russia as a possible new homeland is telling and it is huge in its implications. White Christian peoples increasingly see Russia as their salvation

Recall what I wrote on the fate of white South African population in March:

The Boers are coming to Russia?

The Boers, descendants of the Dutch settlers of Africa, who are studying the possibility of re-deployment to Russia, may move to the North Caucasus. The Komsomol Prada informs that in the beginning of July the delegation is expected to visit the chapter with Jan Andrian Slebus.

Religious Leaders Condemn Family Separations—but Not Necessarily Trump

His “zero-tolerance” policy has been called “traumatic” and “cruel.” But his most stalwart supporters are sticking with him.

 

Israeli population growth: A ticking bomb, or an incredible opportunity?

sraelis, do you spend too much time in traffic jams? Do you think that it’s hard to buy an apartment in Israel? Are you worried about the Kinneret’s “red line,” the one that shows we’re running out of water? All these are symptoms, side-effects, of the accelerated growth of population in Israel. Let’s try to imagine what it might be like in Israel in another 20 or 30 years.

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Israel Is Growing

Children as political hostages

The relations between Russia and the United States are not going through the best of times and, perhaps, we are at the bottom. without going into political details, it is worth paying attention to the fact that relations between countries are not only a dialogue of foreign ministers and the work of the embassy. This relationship between peoples, reflected in thousands of fates and personalities.

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