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BACKGROUND Movement from one type of area to another attests to factors of distance, socioeconomic barriers, and heterogeneity. Movement between two localities of one type entails fewer and different types of changes. OBJECTIVE We examine urban-rural migration in Israel, a country that has experienced extensive development outside of its major cities. METHODS We first describe and compare the urban and rural migration patterns of Jews and non-Jews. However, due to the small number of non-Jewishdoi:10.4054/demres.2015.33.5 fatcat:sh53dq7nufcqhb6fg742yhv2ey