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|Official languages||Arabic, Hebrew|
|Establishment of Republic||1811|
|Currency||Transjordanian dinar (TJD)|
|Our Timeline Equivalent||Jordan, some of northwestern Saudi Arabia.|
Transjordan has a similar history with Israel. In the 12th century, Jews from other regions started moving into the area. By 1800, the area that is now Transjordan was perhaps 25% Jewish. However, the Arabs of the area were wary of being incorporated into the more populous Israel. Thus, in the agreement of 1811, Transjordan was delineated and became a democracy at the same time the modern republic of Israel was formed. Transjordan has not always known democracy, as it had several coups, with the latest democratic government resuming in 1946.
- 62% Muslim
- 32% Sunni
- 27% Ijtihadi
- 03% Shi'ite
- 17% Jewish
- 10% Christian
- 09% nonreligious
- 06% agnostic
- 03% atheist
- 02% others
- 70% Arab
- 19% Hebrew
- 07% Assyrian
- 04% others
- 76% Arabic
- 14% Hebrew
- 03% Syriac
- 07% others
Note: English is widely spoken as a second language.
Israel has one of the largest vegetarian populations in the Middle East.
- 56% Non-Vegetarian
- 44% Vegetarian