Starting on November 21, 2012, Israelis will be able to purchase fully localized Xbox 360 consoles in their home country, complete with Hebrew language settings and phone support (via NeoGAF). Xbox Live Marketplace store items will also be listed using local currency.
The Xbox 360 hasn't been completely absent in Israel for the past seven years, but it has previously only been purchasable as a gray market item. That comes to an end on November 21, as revealed at a Microsoft event in Israel mere moments before Master Chief (or, more likely, a costumed actor) encouraged gamers to jump on Halo 4 instead of wasting their time on "girly games."
Er... yeah. Perhaps something was lost in the translation. Also, maybe it's just me, but doesn't Master Chief's exit sound sort of... threatening? "See you soon, Israelis. See you soon, Israelis."