“Meditation classes, Yoga, Kabbalah studies, Tantra courses; it’s a meat market,” Ronen says.
“Officially, it’s not a dating site but nevertheless, practically speaking, it is a very popular pick-up place and ironically, that’s because it doesn’t have that stigma.”Ronen, who has lived abroad for extended periods, says he often finds Israeli single women very assertive.“Israeli women can be very bold today and will come up to me and ask me for my business card and they ask me where I’m from and say ‘You’re so cute’,” he says.
They engage in activities that both build their friendships as well as dive into the conflict that underpins Jewish-Arab relations.
Israelis are known for their gregarious behavior and love nothing more than spending time with their group of close friends.
The community initiated a range of activities, including a daycare program, which started in fall 2012 with 12 Jewish and Arab children.
After 5 years of work, the Haifa community opened a new 1st grade class in 2016, launching integrated bilingual education in the city of Haifa!
As late as 1980, the Central Bureau of Statistics didn’t even list “divorced” as a category for family status; offering only “single” or “not single.” This drives home the fact that at that time, divorce was still on the margins.