Israel’s first married couple, Amira and Amir, had their first baby at the beginning of this month.
They had already been expecting their first child, a boy, for about a year when Amira was diagnosed with cancer.
“We were in shock, and we didn’t know what to expect, but after the first month, we started to feel better,” Amira said.
She said that she is feeling “more relaxed and happy” since her cancer diagnosis.
Israel, which has the world’s highest birth rate, has one of the highest rates of infertility in the world.
The country’s government has been working to lower the birthrate to make it more equitable, but it has not been without its share of setbacks.
In the past few years, the number of people who are having babies outside of wedlock has increased, and the rate of child marriages has also increased.
The Israeli government recently announced that the birth rate would reach its highest level since 1990 in 2021.
The government said the statistics were based on data from 2014, and that it was not affected by the economic downturn in the country, but the number was still far higher than that of the United States.
The statistics show that Israel’s birth rate has fallen from a high of around 10.3 children per 1,000 in 2015 to just over 6.5 in 2021, according to the United Nations.
Israel has had its share also of people in their 30s and 40s who are married, but many of these couples choose not to have children.
The Jewish State has the largest number of married couples in the Middle East and North Africa, according the World Health Organization, and a recent study found that about two-thirds of married Israelis were in poverty.
In Israel, the average annual salary is about $1,500, and most married couples live in high-end cities.
The birth rate in Israel has fallen to 7.3 per 1.2 million people, according a new report from the Israeli think tank, the Institute for Applied Research in Social Policy.
The report estimates that by 2021, there will be just 2.4 children per married couple in Israel, down from an estimated 5.1 children per couple in 2020.
Israel’s population is expected to reach around 3.7 million people by 2021.