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I want to come and visit Israel, is it safe as far as EMF is concerned?

posted May 29, 2019, 11:18 AM by Amir Borenstein, No Rad   [ updated May 29, 2019, 9:55 PM ]
Q - I am an EHS person, I want to come and visit Israel, is it safe as far as EMF is concerned?
How about Safat, Rosh Pina, the main cities?
Are they smart meters?
Do rented cars have wireless devices in them?

A -
Safat is not too good. 
Main cities are a disaster with so many cell towers.
Rosh pina is my favorite place up north. Not that it is free of EMF/RF, but the only houses there have very thick walls and nothing gets through. 
The windows can be protected.
All hotels and zimers have WIFI, but in some you can ask for a room without.
The roads are also problematic with a cell tower every 200-1000 meters.
Coming with a meter and some protection is a must. 
Also with Personal RF Protection (Hats, clothes, fabrics... please see www.4EHSByEHS.com.
In most cases you can use Google street to look around if you have the address (also in English) . 
In most cases you can use the Israeli cell tower map (or ask me to use it for you at norad4u@gmail.com).
There are "only" water smart meters in most of Israel (short-week RF burst  every 30 seconds).
In some of the kibbutz in Israel there are also wireless electric smart meters which radiates all or most of the time.
Regarding cars - You will need to go one by one and make sure there is no bluetooth or other wireless devices inside.
You should be able to find the bluetooth device and disconnect it from the power supply.
You should be able to turn off the wireless function of the audio system, if exists.
Most rent cars have "Pointer" or "Etoran" car location and security management systems that have GPRS (2G cellular modems) installed in them. I would call agency by agency and ask for a car without one
I hope this helps