Israel has been hosting the World Cup finals for the past two years, but it is no longer an economic powerhouse and has a host of problems.
Israel is in a crisis and has the highest unemployment rate in the world.
Israel has a large Muslim population and is experiencing the worst drought in the past century.
And now, some hotels are closing down due to the cost of living.
There are some hotels that have no other choice but to close down, including the Israeli Embassy and the Kibbutz of Yitzhar, which serves as the unofficial home of the Jewish state.
Israel’s unemployment rate has increased to a staggering 25 percent, and the country has been forced to impose a ban on alcohol and cigarettes.
Israeli tourists have been fleeing the country in droves.
There have been reports of Israelis fleeing to the United States, and a recent report by the American Chamber of Commerce and Industry found that Israel’s economic recovery has been “so far slow and sluggish that the country is now facing an acute shortage of workers, especially as the Middle East’s economic boom continues to slow.”
But it seems that Israel is no stranger to the financial crisis.
It is the fifth largest economy in the Middle-East and the only country that has been the subject of two international financial crises, and it has been suffering from a severe shortage of cash.
The Israeli Embassy in Washington D.C. is the most expensive hotel in the country, and in 2012, it was the highest-grossing hotel in Washington, D.O. The Kib butz was the last of Israel’s major hotels to close its doors, and now it is expected to remain open until mid-December, which is when the tournament will take place.