You don’t need to register in order to vote in Israel–you just need to bring your teudat zehut (identity card) to the voting location. Usually, we get a notice listing the location and precinct number. So far we haven’t, so I called the number of the Interior Ministry listed in the AACI newsletter.
Call 1-800-300059, press #5 for English and have your teudat zehut number available.
You have to type in your number, and they give you the information. It even offered to find out whether the location was handicapped accessible. I also confirmed that my 18-year-old son was listed. He told me who he is voting for, but I can’t tell you since he asked me not to write about him.
Update: 17-year-olds are also eligible to vote.