If "jews" are "g-d's chosen race", then exactly how does God view
Australians, New Zealanders, Japanese, Swiss, Swedes, Spaniards,
Norwegians, French, Canadians, Netherlanders, Finns, Greeks, and
Italians who all have longer life expectancies, some as much as 2-4
Life expectancy at birth in 1995-1999 was
80.5 years for women and 76.1 years for men. Among the Jewish
population, life expectancy was 80.8 years for women and 76.6 years
for men, and among the “other religions” population 77.8 for women and
74.1 for men.
Half of the females born between 1995 and
1999 can expect to live more than 83 years, and half of the males born
in the same years can expect to live more than 79 years.
Approximately 24.7% of the women and
13.8% of the men born between 1995 and 1999 are expected to live on
average 90 years (assuming that mortality patterns remain constant
over time). Women aged 65 during this time period are expected to live
19.1 more years on average, and those aged 80 are expected to live
another 9.1 years on average. Men who were aged 65 during the same
period, are expected to live 16.4 years on average, and those aged 80
during this period are expected to live another 7.5 years on average.
In the World Health Report 2000,
published by the World Health Organization, life expectancies based on
assessment of life tables for each country were computed for 1999. In
contrast to other industrialized countries, life expectancy of males
in Israel ranks relatively high (76.2 years), just below that of
Australia (76.8 years), Sweden (77.1 years) and Japan (77.6 years).
The women’s situation is different. Israeli females are ranked
relatively low, with a life expectancy of 79.9 years. Japan, France
and Switzerland are at the top of the ranking, with life expectancies
of 84.3 years, 83.6 and 83.0 years respectively. Germany, United
States and United Kingdom are close to Israel at the ranking.
Saturday, March 11, 2017
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