As we saw in previous chapters, there was little immigration to Israel from the early 1960s until 1989. During this period, 10,000–15,000 immigrants arrived each year, most of them from North America and Western Europe. Many of them were religiously motivated, and therefore a large percentage chose to settle in Jerusalem and Judea-Samaria. A large portion of the newcomers were fairly affluent and well educated, and they settled in the major cities and their environs.
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