Israel is one of the only parliamentary democracies in the Middle East. The official languages are Hebrew and Arabic, with English the most foreign-used language. The roots of Israeli culture developed before the foundation of the State of Israel in 1948 with Tel Aviv (described by the New York Times as the "capital of Mediterranean cool") and Jerusalem considered the main cultural hubs of Israel.
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