Racism in Israel encompasses all forms and manifestations of racism experienced in Israel , irrespective of the colour or creed of the perpetrator and victim, or their citizenship , residency , or visitor status. More specifically in the Israeli context, however, racism in Israel refers to racism directed against Israeli Arabs by Israeli Jews ,  intra-Jewish racism between the various Jewish ethnic divisions in particular against Ethiopian Jews ,  historic and current racism towards Mizrahi Jews , and racism on the part of Israeli Arabs against Israeli Jews. Racism on the part of Israeli Jews against Muslim Arabs in Israel exist in institutional policies, personal attitudes, the media, education, immigration rights, housing,  social life and legal policies. Some elements within the Ashkenazi Israeli Jewish population have also been described as holding discriminatory attitudes towards fellow Jews of other backgrounds, including against Ethiopian Jews , Indian Jews , Mizrahi Jews , Sephardi Jews , etc.
Racism in Israel
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Tel Aviv is a very vibrant, liberal and sexy city. It is completely normal for a woman to just hand over her number out of the blue, or for a man to join a conversation between two girls to ask if you want to go for coffee. Keep in mind, they will also find it very easy to break up with you the moment they feel like it, without much explaining or preparing. It is absolutely okay to go out on a date with a pair of jeans and sneakers and for a girl to not put heavy make up on. Tel Avivians love the clean, naturally-pretty look and adopt a pretty laid back dress code. Israeli men and women are flirty, particularly in Tel Aviv.
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He was deemed Jewish enough to marry in Israel, but a year-old African-American was told on Sunday that his conversion is not recognized by the state and he is therefore ineligible for Israeli citizenship. David Ben Moshe appears to have been rejected on technical grounds, according to sources familiar with the case. Under rules introduced about 10 years ago, individuals who convert outside of Israel must spend a minimum of nine months in the Jewish community in which they converted before making aliyah to Israel.