By MOSHE HAGENBERGWhen you’re going to Israel and want to find out what it’s like to live under a dictatorship, the first thing you’ll probably want to do is visit the country.

You can do that at any time of the day or night, as long as you’re not under a false impression.

And the first place you’ll want to go to for information is not your nearest supermarket, but an Israeli website,

This is the Israeli version of the popular social networking site Facebook.

(Facebook) In the latest update to the website, Israeli President Shimon Peres has made it possible to connect directly with people from Israel, as well as the West Bank and Gaza.

The goal is to make it easier for Israelis to understand and connect with their neighbors in the West and the rest of the world.

But what if you wanted to find information about a specific topic?

It’s not quite that easy.

As you might expect, the Israelis don’t have any Facebook profiles for people living in Israel, nor are there any links to their Facebook pages.

They also don’t allow people to create their own pages, and they don’t offer links to the sites websites or profiles.

Instead, you can find the information in the articles, which are written in English.

This is not to say that the articles are always accurate.

It’s simply that they’re written by people who are familiar with the country, and in some cases the people behind the articles have lived in the country for years.

While you might have the impression that Israelis are obsessed with their favorite TV shows and movies, they aren’t that obsessed.

They love the music and the movies.

And when it comes to their own privacy, they are generally not bothered.

In a recent study, published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology, a team of researchers found that Israelis do not care about their online privacy.

Rather, the people who use the sites were more likely to be concerned about the content of their online activities, such as the number of messages they receive from friends.

They found that the majority of the people surveyed (57 percent) were aware of the amount of time it takes to send and receive messages, and were also aware of how many people send them.

In contrast, the participants who used social media for business and leisure were more worried about the amount they have to spend on messages.

In other words, the Israeli people were more concerned with the quality of the messages they sent than the amount that was sent.

In a world where people are often told they have more information about themselves than their fellow citizens, this is an important lesson.

Social media also does not seem to be used to spy on people.

The researchers used a test to find the level of privacy they expected in a given social network, and the Israelis came out on top.

The study is not the first to find that Israelis have an affinity for the Internet, but it is the first one to show that people use the Internet to share information.

This suggests that Israelis’ social media usage is a reflection of their real-life experiences and not just a product of a simple love of reading and sharing.

The researchers also found that there were two basic types of information that Israelis use the most: personal information and news.

The majority of people on the internet are avid readers, but there are also many people who read only news and only in their own interest.

People who read news tend to be more interested in the details of a story than the general gist of the news.

According to the researchers, Israelis also have an interest in information that is important to them.

This includes articles that explain the latest developments in politics, religion and the arts.

The research also found an interesting finding.

A third of the Israeli respondents were familiar with an article about the Palestinian Authority, but they did not know how it was being written or why it was so controversial.

The researchers think that the Palestinians are more popular because they don-t have the same kind of power as the Israeli government.

They are more sensitive to the needs of their own people and they have a lot of power to negotiate with the Israelis, so they tend to read the news and read articles about the Palestinians.

The next question to ask is how important is social media in Israel for the Israeli population?

If you are interested in Israeli politics, you might find that you have a more easy time than you would in the United States.

And, in addition to the daily news, you will also find interesting political commentary.

But if you are more interested to learn about what is going on in the Middle East, social media is a great place to start.