Ken Larsen's web site - Israel population growth
Here's a graph of the population growth of Israel:
Israel became a state in 1948. Since then its population (both Jews and non-Jews) have been growing at a high rate. That doesn't auger well for the future, because water in that arid part of the world has not been expanding.
I got my data from this web page: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Society_&_Culture/israel_palestine_pop.html
In 2016, according to this article, Israel's Jewish population was 8.5 million. Of those, 6,377,000 are Jewish, 1,771,000 are Arab-Israelis, and 374,000 are Christians and others.
Note that in recent years the non-Jewish population growth has been faster than the Jewish population growth.
Population growth like this has been occurring all over the world. The future of our planet doesn't look good!