The natural resources of Israel include timber, potash, copper ore, natural gas, phosphate rock, magnesium bromide, clay, and sand.
Potash is used for making special glass, potassium silicate, a dehydrating substance, printing inks, soft soaps, and pigments. It is also used for washing raw wool, fertilizer, and as a food additive. Copper is used for electrical wires, plumbing, pesticides, algaecides, and cookware.
Natural gas is also a resource found in Israel. It is for industrial use, residential use, commercial use, and many other things. As you can see by the chart below, the Middle East (where Israel is located) has the most supply of natural gas. Phosphate rock is a resource that is used for fertilizing crops and is also used in supplements for animals.
Clay and sand are also natural resources of Israel. Clay is used for ceramics and sand is used to make glass. Both of these are used in art.