The “Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers” TV series was produced by an Israeli named Haim Saban.
Israel’s cows produce more milk than cows from other countries.
Thanks to its national snack (think peanut Cheetos), babies in Israel are 10 times less likely to suffer from peanut allergies.
Israel is the only country to have a sacred language (Hebrew) as its national tongue.
After Tokyo and New York City, Tel Aviv has the most sushi restaurants per capita.
Israel was the first country to conform to an international standard that certifies diamonds as being “conflict free.”
Israeli Linor Abargil won the Miss World contest in 1998. She went on to campaign against sexual violence.
An Israeli company developed the world’s first jellyfish repellent.
Israel is the only county to have more trees today than it did 50 years ago.
Cherry tomatoes were engineered in Israel.