By Yaron MinskyThis week, the world is watching Israel, the birthplace of the modern state.
Israel has the world’s largest population of Israelis, and is home to over 50% of the worlds population of Jews.
But it also has a population of about 12% that is over-represented in the countrys most extreme regions.
Some are in more extreme areas, such as the northern part of the country.
And a lot of these people are living in communities of less than 10 people, including in the far northern parts of the Israeli highlands.
The highlands have been particularly hard hit by the pandemics of 2009 and 2011, as well as the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) pandemic that began in Saudi Arabia.
It has since spread to the whole of Israel, where a major hospital in Beersheba has been evacuated due to the virus.
“In the past 10 years, there have been no major pandemias in Israel,” says Dr. Amir Oren, a leading Israeli public health official.
He’s referring to the 2009 and 2012 pandemic outbreaks.
Oren is a specialist in MERS.
“It’s one of the biggest diseases in the world,” he says.
“We are now seeing a lot more people in Israel who are suffering.
It’s been a big shock to everybody.”
In the Middle Eastern world, Israel is a center of disease prevention and response, and it has been working to contain and control the spread of MERS, which is transmitted through the air.
In recent years, Israel has deployed about 40,000 health workers to the country, including about 2,500 doctors.
They are now taking the lead in the prevention and control of MRS.
But as the number of new cases has risen in Israel, so have concerns about the spread.
MERS is spread through direct contact with infected people, often through contact with dirty needles.
Israel is not alone in this.
The U.S. and Australia have reported increases in cases in recent years.
The number of reported cases in the U.K. has increased from about 2% in the middle of the pandemia to more than 50% in 2016.
In Australia, it’s been over 30% in just the past year.
Oren says Israel is trying to combat the problem.
One of the measures the Israeli health authorities are taking is to increase the use of gloves and protective masks.
Some health workers in Israel say they have started wearing protective masks to protect themselves.
But Oren and others say that is not enough.
Israel has seen the emergence of a new strain of Mers in recent months.
The virus is being found in many of the communities that have been hardest hit by it.
The virus has not yet been detected in the population in the highlands, but Oren estimates that at least 100 people are infected each week in the region, and that some cases have been reported in the remote villages of Beershet and Moshav in the north of the northern Israel mountains.
While there is no official data on how many people are dying from MERS each week, it is believed that as many as 10,000 people in the Middle and Far North regions of Israel are infected with the virus each week.
That’s about 2.6% of all Israelis.
Onder says Israel’s health authorities need to be careful to take the pandewise measures they have taken.
Israel’s government is taking measures to address this pandemic.
It is sending the first shipments of MRT in a year to the northern regions of the Jewish state.
The trains are carrying people who have been infected, and are getting them to hospitals, where they will be treated for the virus, Oren adds.
But Oren is also concerned about the way the Israeli government has responded.
The government has sent limited supplies of supplies to the north, including food, tents, and medical equipment.
Oren says the government has been slow to send vaccines and treatment kits.
Onder says the lack of these supplies is creating a huge shortage of people with the necessary skills to combat this new strain.
Israel has been trying to control the disease, but it has also been slow in implementing policies that might help stem the spread, Onder points out.
“I think the health care system is very badly managed,” he said.
In recent months, the government’s approach has been to provide vaccines to people who are ill and then to allow them to go home.
But this approach is not working, Oen says.
There are many cases of MFS in Israel and the country has a high rate of MBS.
Oen says that Israel is also seeing a significant increase in MRS cases.
“There are some 100 cases a week in Israel.
We have an average of 200,” he adds.
Oen also says that the number and