When it comes to the cannabis industry, Jerusalem is an island

Thousands of young legal pot activists are living off the land in the heart of Jerusalem, but they’re not the only ones.

According to a new study, the Israeli capital’s youth are a key constituency for cannabis legalization efforts.

The Israeli city of Jerusalem has long been the epicenter of cannabis legalization and its legalization efforts have taken hold there, but it’s only recently that the city has become the epicentre of a growing legal marijuana industry.

As the city prepares to become the first Israeli capital to legalize cannabis, many young Israelis are eager to be a part of the movement.

“My dream is to become a citizen of Israel and a member of the cannabis community,” said Aida Zecharia, a 21-year-old student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

“I want to make a difference, and this is a big opportunity.”

Zecharian is one of more than 1,000 young people who attended a three-day conference on Monday and Tuesday that was held in the capital.

In the United States, marijuana is legal for recreational use, and the United Nations has already designated Israel as a “Tier 1” country for marijuana legalization efforts, with the expectation that the country will become the country’s first legal cannabis market by 2025.

Zecharia and others in the Israeli cannabis community say they feel a responsibility to provide a voice for the youth in the fight for cannabis prohibition in Israel.

“It’s an opportunity to be here and be a voice, to tell people the truth and make them realize the dangers of cannabis,” said Yael Alsabet, a 19-year old who works for a cannabis business in Jerusalem.

Israel’s government, which has made marijuana legal for medicinal use, has long faced criticism for its harsh anti-drug policies and heavy crackdown on protests.

A poll in 2016 by the Hebrew-language newspaper Haaretz found that 76 percent of respondents would not use cannabis in the future.

Last year, the head of the Israeli branch of the United Kingdom’s National Cannabis Industry Association, Ronny Shalev, resigned amid allegations of drug trafficking.

He has since been suspended by the Israeli government, while his attorney said the case was not related to cannabis.

In 2015, Israel’s cannabis industry generated $2.5 billion in sales, according to Israeli cannabis market research company EnerGrow.

The company’s projections show that Israel will become one of the world’s top cannabis markets by 2021.

But it remains to be seen whether the legalization movement in Israel will translate into a successful industry.

“Israel is a young country with a lot of problems,” said Sari Nitzan, a cannabis advocate who lives in the city.

“There are many things we need to improve.

But cannabis legalization in Israel is the best thing for the country.”

Nitzan and Alsabeth said they have been in touch with the Israeli police about a possible crackdown.

Israel is not the first country to legalize marijuana, and other European countries have passed laws that have eased restrictions on the cultivation and sale of the drug.

Israel is currently the only country in the world where the government does not have an outright ban on cannabis.

The cannabis industry has grown in popularity in Israel as people have been increasingly aware of the dangers that can come from consuming cannabis.

Israel has also become the scene of several high-profile cannabis raids in recent years, including the murder of the two young teenagers, Ayman al-Haddad and Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, in a raid last year that was widely seen as part of a campaign against the cannabis movement.

The two teenagers were found to have marijuana, hashish, and marijuana-laced ice cream in their homes.

They were charged with possession of cannabis and drug trafficking, and were later released on bail.

Alsaeda Zechareva, a lawyer for al-Saeda’s family, said she was hopeful that her client would be released soon.

Zechareba said she and her client have had no contact with the police, but that the family has contacted her about the case.

Mitch Blanchard, a spokesperson for the Israeli Attorney General’s Office, said the Israeli Ministry of Justice is conducting its own investigation into the death of the teens.

The investigation is ongoing and a decision is expected within the next few weeks, Blanchor said.

Blanchard said the investigation is currently focused on the circumstances surrounding the death and whether the investigation into Alsheda Zehareva’s death is related to the investigation.

While the government is yet to release its findings into the Zeharias deaths, Israel has seen a growing number of arrests of activists and activists who have been accused of criminal activity related to pot legalization efforts in recent months.

On Monday, a young Palestinian activist named Muhammad Abdel-Rahman, 23, was arrested in the northern Israeli city