Both Miriam Grunbaum and her husband are the children of German-Jewish immigrants.After World War II, her parents went to the United States; his, to Palestine.The baggage of cultural mores and behavioral patterns the husbands bring to the relationship may complicate, not help, these intercultural marriages. The woman who came to Israel out of idealistic convictions at age 18, meeting and marrying her husband there, has a different experience from the one who met her husband while he was in the United States and came to Israel only because of him.
Foreigners have good chances of getting a date in Israel and as most young people speak English it’s easy to connect.Israeli Girls Israeli chicks are pretty tough and most of them have spent two years in the army.” In the beginning, I didn’t really know how to react to that but with the time (and guys), I started giving funny answers.It wasn’t really offended but I was sort of annoyed.They worry you to death with emotional blackmail and guilt until you’re manipulated into doing exactly what they want.
Fortunately, Israeli girls can also make wonderful companions as they’re smart, worldly and supportive.
So, are there actually any chances of overcoming the religion issue, satisfying Jewish moms and establishing happy and long lasting relationships with typical Israeli men? There are three questions that the typical Israeli guy who is trying to hit on you will ask you: what’s your name, where are you from, and are you Jewish?
The first time, I couldn’t believe what I’d heard so I repeated, “Excuse me” several times just to make sure that I understood it well. Most of the time, the third question really was, “Are you Jewish?
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"Both of us were raised in homes that were more German than American or Israeli," says Grunbaum.