Israel’s Arab minority is seeking its share of high-tech success in a “start-up country”, a quest that has by presently turned Jesus’s boyhood town of Nazareth into an incubator for innovation.
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Over the completed decade about 7,000 tech companies have been founded in Israel, where high-tech goods and services account for 12.5 % of gross domestic product.
Only 30 Arab-led tech firms, however, the majority of them in software, are generating revenue, according to Israel’s Economy Ministry. For example, SolidRun makes small cube-shaped computers sold through distributors in Europe and Australia and throughout the world over the Internet