Algeria–Israel relations refers to the current and historical relations between Algeria and Israel. The states do not have official diplomatic relations.
||2,381,741 km² (919,595 sq mi)
||20,770/22,072 km² (8,019/8,522 sq mi)
||16/km² (41/sq mi)
||365/km² (945/sq mi)
||Unitary semi-presidential republic
||Unitary parliamentary republic
||Ahmed Ben Bella
||99% Islam, 1% Christianity
||75.4% Judaism, 16.9% Islam
||$207.794 billion ($5,693 per capita)
||$272.737 billion ($34,651 per capita)
||$272.866 billion ($7,477 per capita)
||$274.504 billion ($34,875 per capita)
||$10.58 billion (4.3% of GDP)
||$14.5 billion (6.9% of GDP)
In the mid 1990s, while Israel and North African states slowly started diplomatic relations, Algeria remained one of the last countries to consider such a move. It was only when Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak met Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika at the funeral of the Moroccan King Hasan II on July 25, 1999 that comments about rapprochement were made.
Britain's Department for Business, Innovation and Skills revealed in 2013 that Israel had exported military technology to Algeria around 2009. The equipment included gear for pilots, drone components, and radar technology.