: NOW OUT OF ALL OF THESE THE HEALTHY OPTIONS ARE: ARE – ? LET ME GUESS – IS OLGA THERE ? – , CHICKEN SOUP AND FISH WILL DO IT – The Jewish community that lived in Ottoman Syria prior to Zionist immigration that began in 1881 was known as the Old Yishuv. The cooking style of the community was Sephardi cuisine, which developed among the Jews of Spain before their expulsion in 1492, and in the areas to which they migrated thereafter, particularly the Balkans and Ottoman Empire. Sephardim also established communities in the Old Yishuv. Particularly in Jerusalem, they continued to develop their culinary style, influenced by Ottoman cuisine, creating a style that became known as Jerusalem Sephardi cuisine.7 This cuisine included pies like sambousak, pastels and burekas, vegetable gratins and stuffed vegetables, and rice and bulgur pilafs, which are now considered to be Jerusalem classics.4 Groups of Hasidic Jews from Eastern Europe began establishing communities in the late 18th ce

The Jewish community that lived in Ottoman Syria prior to Zionist immigration that began in 1881 was known as the Old Yishuv. The cooking style of the community was Sephardi cuisine, which developed among the Jews of Spain before their expulsion in 1492, and in the areas to which they migrated thereafter, particularly the Balkans and Ottoman Empire. Sephardim also established communities in the Old Yishuv. Particularly in Jerusalem, they continued to develop their culinary style, influenced by Ottoman cuisine, creating a style that became known as Jerusalem Sephardi cuisine.[7] This cuisine included pies like sambousak, pastels and burekas, vegetable gratins and stuffed vegetables, and rice and bulgur pilafs, which are now considered to be Jerusalem classics.[4]

 

Groups of Hasidic Jews from Eastern Europe began establishing communities in the late 18th century, and brought with them their traditional Ashkenazi cuisine, developing, however, distinct local variations, notably a peppery, caramelized noodle pudding known as kugel yerushalmi.[8]

Beginning with the First Aliyah in 1881, Jews began immigrating to the area from Eastern Europe in larger numbers, particularly from Poland and Russia. These Zionist pioneers were motivated both ideologically and by the Mediterranean climate to reject the Ashkenazi cooking styles they had grown up with, and adapt by using local produce, especially vegetables such as zucchini, peppers, eggplant, artichoke and chickpeas.[4] The first Hebrew cookbook, written by Erna Meyer, and published in the early 1930s by the Palestine Federation of the Women’s International Zionist Organization (WIZO), exhorted cooks to use Mediterranean herbs and Middle Eastern spices and local vegetables in their cooking.[7] The bread, olives, cheese and raw vegetables they adopted became the basis for the kibbutz breakfast, which in more abundant forms is served in Israeli hotels, and in various forms in most Israeli homes today.[4][7]

Early years of the State


Tel Aviv residents standing in line to buy food rations, 1954

The State of Israel faced enormous military and economic challenges in its early years, and the period from 1948 to 1958 was a time of food rationing and austerity, known as tzena. In this decade, over one million Jewish immigrants, mainly from Arab countries, but also including European Holocaust survivors, inundated the new state. They arrived when only basic foods were available and ethnic dishes had to be modified with a range of mock or simulated foods, such as chopped “liver” from eggplant, and turkey as a substitute for veal schnitzel for Ashkenazim, kubbeh made from frozen fish instead of ground meat for Iraqi Jews, and turkey in place of the lamb kebabs of the Mizrahi Jews. These adaptations remain as a legacy of that time.[4][7]

Substitutes, such as the wheat-based rice substitute, ptitim, were introduced, and versatile vegetables such as eggplant were used as alternatives to meat. Additional flavor and nutrition was provided from inexpensive canned tomato paste and puree, hummus, tahina, and mayonnaise in tubes. Meat was scarce, and it was not until the late 1950s that herds of beef cattle were introduced into the agricultural economy.[9]

Khubeza, a local variety of the mallow plant, became an important food source during the War of Independence. During the siege of Jerusalem, when convoys of food could not reach the city, Jerusalemites went out to the fields to pick khubeza leaves, which are high in iron and vitamins.[10] The Jerusalem radio station, Kol Hamagen, broadcast instructions for cooking it that were picked up in Jordan convinced the Arabs that the Jews were dying of starvation and victory was at hand.[11] In the past decade, food writers in Israel have encouraged the population to prepare khubeza on Israel Independence Day.[12] Local chefs have begun to serve khubeza and other wild plants gathered from the fields in upscale restaurants.[13] The dish from the Independence war is called Ktzitzot Khubeza and still eaten by Israelis today.

Impact of immigration


Halva stand, Mahane Yehuda market

Immigrants to Israel have incorporated elements of the cuisines of the cultures and countries whence they came.[1] During approximately fifty years before 1948, there were successive waves of Jewish immigration, which brought with them a whole range of foods and cooking styles. Immigrants arriving from central Europe brought foods such as schnitzel and strudels, while Russian Jews brought borshtand herring dishes, such as schmaltz herring and vorschmack (gehakte herring).[4]

Ashkenazi dishes include chicken soup, schnitzel, lox, chopped liver, gefilte fish, knishes, kishka and kugel. The first Israeli patisseries were opened by Ashkenazi Jews, who popularized cakes and pastries from central and Eastern Europe, such as yeast cakes (babka), nut spirals (schnecken), chocolate rolls and layered pastries.

After 1948, the greatest impact came from the large migration of Jews from Turkey, Iraq, Kurdistan and Yemen, and Mizrahi Jews from North Africa, particularly Morocco. Typically, the staff of army kitchens, schools, hospitals, hotels and restaurant kitchens has consisted of Mizrahi, Kurdish and Yemenite Jews, and this has had an influence on the cooking fashions and ingredients of the country.[4]

Mizrahi cuisine, the cuisine of Jews from North Africa, features grilled meats, sweet and savory puff pastries, rice dishes, stuffed vegetables, pita breads and salads, and shares many similarities with Arab cuisine. Other North African dishes popular in Israel include couscous, shakshouka, matbucha, carrot salad and chraime (slices of fish cooked in a spicy tomato sauce). Sephardic dishes, with Balkan and Turkish influences incorporated in Israeli cuisine include burekas, yogurt and taramosalata. Yemenite Jewish foods include jachnun, malawach, skhug and kubane. Iraqi dishes popular in Israel include amba, various types of kubba, stuffed vegetables (mhasha), kebab, sambusac, sabich and pickled vegetables (hamutzim).

Modern trends


Hummus topped with ful and tehina

As Israeli agriculture developed and new kinds of fruits and vegetables appeared on the market, cooks and chefs began to experiment and devise new dishes with them.[9]

They also began using “biblical” ingredients such as honey, figs, and pomegranates, and indigenous foods such as prickly pears (tzabar) and chickpeas. Since the late 1970s, there has been an increased interest in international cuisine, cooking with wine and herbs, and vegetarianism.[4] A more sophisticated food culture in Israel began to develop when cookbooks, such as “From the Kitchen with Love” by Ruth Sirkis, published in 1974, introduced international cooking trends, and together with the opening of restaurants serving cuisines such as Chinese, Italian and French, encouraged more dining out.[7][14]

The 1980s were a formative decade: the increased optimism after the signing of the peace treaty with Egypt in 1979, the economic recovery of the mid-1980s and the increasing travel abroad by average citizens were factors contributing to a greater interest in food and wine. In addition, high quality, locally produced ingredients became increasingly available. For example, privately owned dairies began to produce handmade cheeses from goat, sheep and cow’s milk, which quickly became very popular both among chefs and the general public. In 1983, the Golan Heights Winery was the first of many new Israeli winemakers to help transform tastes with their production of world-class, semi-dry and dry wines. New attention was paid to the making of handmade breads and the production of high quality olive oil. The successful development of aquaculture ensured a steady supply of fresh fish, and the agricultural revolution in Israel led to an overwhelming choice and quality of fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs.[7]

Ethnic heritage cooking, both Sephardic and Ashkenazi, has made a comeback with the growing acceptance of the heterogeneous society. Apart from home cooking, many ethnic foods are now available in street markets, supermarkets and restaurants, or are served at weddings and bar mitzvahs, and people increasingly eat foods from ethnic backgrounds other than their own. Overlap and combinations of foods from different ethnic groups is becoming standard as a multi-ethnic food culture develops.[4][7]

The 1990s saw an increasing interest in international cuisines. Sushi, in particular, has taken hold as a popular style for eating out and as an entrée for events. In restaurants, fusion cuisine, with the melding of classic cuisines such as French and Japanese with local ingredients has become widespread. In the 2000s, the trend of “eating healthy” with an emphasis on organic and whole grain foods has become prominent, and medical research has led many Israelis to re-embrace the Mediterranean diet, with its touted health benefits.[15]

Characteristics


Brunch dishes

Geography has a large influence on Israel cuisine, and foods common in the Mediterranean region, such as olives, wheat, chickpeas, dairy products, fish, and vegetables such as tomatoes, eggplants, and zucchini are prominent in Israeli cuisine. Fresh fruits and vegetables are plentiful in Israel and are cooked and served in many ways.[16]

There are various climatic areas in Israel and areas it has settled that allow a variety of products to be grown. Citrus trees such as orange, lemon and grapefruit thrive on the coastal plain. Figs, pomegranates and olives also grow in the cooler hill areas.[5] The subtropical climate near the Sea of Galilee and in the Jordan River Valley is suitable for mangoes, kiwis and bananas, while the temperate climate of the mountains of the Galilee and the Golan is suitable for grapes, apples and cherries.[17]


Typical foods – white cheese, cucumber and tomato – in a salad

Israeli eating customs also conform to the wider Mediterranean region, with lunch, rather than dinner, being the focal meal of a regular workday. “Kibbutz foods” have been adopted by many Israelis for their light evening meals as well as breakfasts, and may consist of various types of cheeses, both soft and hard, yogurt, labne and sour cream, vegetables and salads, olives, hard-boiled eggs or omelets, pickled and smoked herring, a variety of breads, and fresh orange juice and coffee.[4]

In addition, Jewish holidays influence the cuisine, with the preparation of traditional foods at holiday times, such as various types of challah (braided bread) for Shabbats and Festivals, jelly doughnuts (sufganiyot) for Hanukah, the hamantaschen pastry (oznei haman) for Purim, charoset, a type of fruit paste, for Passover, and dairy foods for Shavuot. The Shabbat dinner, eaten on Friday, and to a lesser extent the Shabbat lunch, is a significant meal in Israeli homes, together with holiday meals.[16]

Although not all Jews in Israel keep kosher, the tradition of kashrut strongly influences the availability of certain foods and their preparation in homes, public institutions and many restaurants, including the separation of milk and meat and avoiding the use of non-kosher foods, especially pork and shellfish. During Passover, bread and other leavened foods are prohibited to observant Jews and matza and leaven-free foods are substituted.[18]

Foods

Israel does not have a universally recognized national dish; however, many consider it to be falafel, deep fried balls of seasoned, ground chickpeas.[19][20] Street vendors throughout Israel sell falafel and it is a favorite “street food”.[9] One book called the Israeli breakfast “the Jewish state’s contribution to world cuisine”.[21]

Salads and appetizers


Stuffed vine leaves

Vegetable salads are eaten with most meals, including the traditional Israeli breakfast, which will usually include eggs, bread, and dairy products such as yogurt or cottage cheese. For lunch and dinner, salad may be served a side dish. A light meal of salad (“Salat”), hummus and French fries (“Chips”) served in a pita is referred to as hummuschipsalat.[22]

Israeli salad is typically made with finely chopped tomatoes and cucumbers dressed in olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Variations include the addition of diced red or green bell peppers, grated carrot, finely shredded cabbage or lettuce, sliced radish, fennel, spring onions and chives, chopped parsley, or other herbs and spices such as mint, za’atar and sumac.[22] Although popularized by the kibbutzim, versions of this mixed salad were brought to Israel from various places. For example, Jews from India prepare it with finely chopped ginger and green chili peppers, North African Jews may add preserved lemon peel and cayenne pepper, and Bukharan Jews chop the vegetables extremely finely and use vinegar, without oil, in the dressing.[23]

Tabbouleh is a Levantine vegan dish (sometimes considered a salad) traditionally made of tomatoes, finely chopped parsley, mint, bulgur and onion, and seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt. Some Israeli variations of the salad use pomegranate seeds instead of tomatoes.

Sabich salad is a variation of the well known Israeli dish Sabich, the ingredients of the salad are eggplant, boiled eggs/hard boiled eggs, tahini, Israeli salad, potato, parsley and amba.

Kubba is a dish made of rice/semolina/burghul (cracked wheat), minced onions and finely ground lean beef, lamb or chicken. The best-known variety is a torpedo-shaped fried croquette stuffed with minced beef, chicken or lamb. It was brought to Israel by Jews of Iraqi, Kurdish and Syrian origin.

Sambusak is a semi-circular pocket of dough filled with mashed chickpeas, fried onions and spices. There is another variety filled with meat, fried onions, parsley, spices and pine nuts, which is sometimes mixed with mashed chickpeas and breakfast version with feta or tzfat cheese and za’atar. It can be fried and cooked.

Sigarim are soft minced meat with onions and spices or mashed patato filling wrapped in phyllo-dough, and deep fried in oil or oven baked. They are commonly served at weddings and other celebrations..

Roasted vegetables includes bell peppers, chili peppers, tomatoes, onions, eggplants and also sometimes potatoes and zucchini. Usually served with grilled meat

Hamusim are pickled vegetables made by soaking in water and salt (and sometimes olive oil) in a pot and withdrawing them from air. Ingredients can include: cucumber, cabbage, eggplant, carrot, turnip, radish, onion, caper, lemon, olives, cauliflower, tomatoes, chili pepper, bell pepper, garlic and beans.

A large variety of eggplant salads and dips are made with roasted eggplants.[24]Baba ghanoush, called salat ḥatzilim in Israel, is made with tahina and other seasonings such as garlic, lemon juice, onions, herbs and spices. The eggplant is sometimes grilled over an open flame so that the pulp has a smoky taste. A particularly Israeli variation of the salad is made with mayonnaise called salat ḥatzilim b’mayonnaise.[25] Eggplant salads are also made with yogurt, or with feta cheese, chopped onion and tomato, or in the style of Romanian Jews, with roasted red pepper.[26]


Hummus with pine nuts

Tahina is often used as a dressing for falafel,[27] serves as a cooking sauce for meat and fish, and forms the basis of sweets such as halva.[28]

Hummus is a cornerstone of Israeli cuisine, and consumption in Israel has been compared by food critic Elena Ferretti to “peanut butter in America, Nutella in Europe or Vegemite in Australia”.[29]Hummus in pita is a common lunch for schoolchildren, and is a popular addition to many meals. Supermarkets offer a variety of commercially prepared hummus, and some Israelis will go out of their way for fresh hummus prepared at a hummusia, an establishment devoted exclusively to selling hummus.[30]

Salat avocado is an Israeli-style avocado salad, with lemon juice and chopped scallions (spring onions), was introduced by farmers who planted avocado trees on the coastal plain in the 1920s. Avocados have since become a winter delicacy and are cut into salads as well as being spread on bread.[31]

A meze of fresh and cooked vegetable salads, pickled cucumbers and other vegetables, hummus, ful, tahini and amba dips, labneh cheese with olive oil, and ikra is served at festive meals and in restaurants. Salads include Turkish salad (a piquant salad of finely chopped onions, tomatoes, herbs and spices), tabbouleh, carrot salad, marinated roasted red and green peppers, deep fried cauliflower florets, matbucha, torshi (pickled vegetables) and various eggplant salads.[32][33]

Modern Israeli interpretations of the meze blend traditional and modern, pairing ordinary appetizers with unique combinations such as fennel and pistachio salad, beetroot and pomegranate salad, and celery and kashkaval cheese salad.[34]

Stuffed vegetables, called memula’im, were originally designed to extend cheap ingredients into a meal. They are prepared by cooks in Israel from all ethnic backgrounds and are made with many varying flavors, such as spicy or sweet-and-sour, with ingredients such as bell peppers, chili peppers, figs, onion, artichoke bottoms, Swiss chard, beet, dried fruits, tomato, vine leaves, potatoes, mallow, eggplants and zucchini squash, and stuffing such as meat and rice in Balkan style, bulgur in Middle Eastern fashion, or with ptitim, a type of Israeli pasta.[35] The Ottoman Turks introduced stuffed vine leaves in the 16th century and vine leaves are commonly stuffed with a combination of meat and rice, although other fillings, such as lentils, have evolved among the various communities.[36] Artichoke bottoms stuffed with meat are famous as one the grand dishes of the Sephardi Jerusalem cuisine of the Old Yishuv.[37]Stuffed dates and dried fruits served with rice and bulgur dishes. Stuffed half zucchini has a Ladino name, medias.

Soups and dumplings


Shkedei marak (croutons)

A variety of soups are enjoyed, particularly in the winter. Chicken soup has been a mainstay of Jewish cuisine since medieval times and is popular in Israel.[38] Classic chicken soup is prepared as a simple broth with a few vegetables, such as onion, carrot and celery, and herbs such as dill and parsley. More elaborate versions are prepared by Sephardim with orzo or rice, or the addition of lemon juice or herbs such as mint or coriander, while Ashkenazim may add noodles.[39] An Israeli adaption of the traditional Ashkenazi soup pasta known as mandlen, called “shkedei marak” (“soup almonds”) in Israel, are commonly served with chicken soup.

Particularly on holidays, dumplings are served with the soup, such as the kneidlach(matzah balls) of the Ashkenazim or the gondi (chickpea dumplings) of Iranian Jews, or kubba, a family of dumplings brought to Israel by Middle Eastern Jews. Especially popular are kubba prepared from bulgur and stuffed with ground lamb and pine nuts, and the soft semolina or rice kubba cooked in soup,[39] which Jews of Kurdish or Iraqi heritage habitually enjoy as a Friday lunchtime meal.[40]

Lentil soup is prepared in many ways, with additions such as cilantro or meat.[41] Other soups include the harira of the Moroccan Jews, which is a spicy soup of lamb (or chicken), chickpeas, lentils and rice, and Yemenite bone marrow soup known as ftut, which is served on special occasions such as weddings, and is seasoned with the traditional hawaij spice mix.[42][43]

White Bean soup in tomato sauce is common in Jerusalem because Sephardic Jews settled in the city after being expelled from Andalusia.

Grains and pasta


Ptitim, a type of pasta also known as “Israeli couscous”

Rice is prepared in numerous ways in Israel, from simple steamed white rice to festive casseroles. It is also cooked with spices and served with almonds and pine nuts. “Green” rice, prepared with a variety of fresh chopped herbs, is a favored by Persian Jews. Another rice dish is prepared with thin noodles that are first fried and then boiled with the rice. Mujadara is a popular rice and lentil dish, adopted from Arab cuisine. Orez Shu’it is a dish invented in Jerusalem by Sephardic Jews, made of white beans cooked in a tomato stew and served on plain boiled rice; it is eaten widely in the Jerusalem region.

Couscous was brought to Israel by Jews from North Africa. It is still prepared in some restaurants or by traditional cooks by passing semolina through a sieve several times and then cooking it over an aromatic broth in a special steamer pot called a couscoussière. Generally, “instant” couscous is widely used for home cooking. Couscous is used in salads, main courses and even some desserts. As a main course, chicken or lamb, or the vegetables cooked in a soup flavored with saffron or turmericare served on the steamed couscous.[44][45]

Ptitim is an Israeli pasta which now comes in many shapes, including pearls, loops, stars and hearts, but was originally shaped like grains of rice. It originated in the early days of the State of Israel as a wheat-based substitute for rice, when rice, a staple of the Mizrahi Jews, was scarce. Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, is reputed to have asked the Osem company to devise this substitute, and it was thus nicknamed “Ben-Gurion rice”. Ptitim can be boiled like pasta, prepared pilaf-style by sautéing and then boiling in water or stock, or baked in a casserole. Like other pasta, it can be flavored in many ways with spices, herbs and sauces. Once considered primarily a food for children, ptitim is now prepared in restaurants both in Israel and internationally.[46]

Bulgur is a kind of dried cracked wheat, served sometimes instead of rice.

Fish


St. Peter’s fish (tilapia) in a restaurant in Tiberias, Israel

Fresh fish is readily available, caught off Israel’s coastal areas of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea, or in the Sea of Galilee, or raised in ponds in the wake of advances in fish farming in Israel. Fresh fish is served whole, in the Mediterranean style, grilled, or fried, dressed only with freshly squeezed lemon juice. Trout (called forel), gilthead seabream(called denisse), St. Peter’s fish (known as ‘musht’) and other fresh fish are prepared this way.[47] Fish are also eaten baked, with or without vegetables, or fried whole or in slices, or grilled over coals, and served with different sauces.[48]

Fish are also braised, as in a dish called hraime, in which fish such as grouper (better known in Israel by its Arabic name lokus) or halibut is prepared in a sauce with hot pepper and other spices for Rosh Hashanah, Passover and the Sabbath by North African Jews. Everyday versions are prepared with cheaper kinds of fish and are served in market eateries, public kitchens and at home for weekday meals.[47][48]

Fish, traditionally carp, but now other firm white fish too, are minced and shaped into loaves or balls and cooked in fish broth, such as the gefilte fish of the Ashkenazi Jews, who also brought pickled herring from Eastern Europe. Herring is often served at the kiddush that follows synagogue services on Shabbat, especially in Ashkenazi communities. In the Russian immigrant community it may be served as a light meal with boiled potatoes, sour cream, dark breads and schnapps or vodka.[48][49]

Fish Kufta is usually fried with spices, herbs and onions (sometimes also pine nuts) and served with tahini or yogurt sauce. Boiled Fish Kufta is cooked in a tomato, tahini or yogurt sauce.

Tilapia baked with tahini sauce and topped with olive oil, coriander, mint, basil and pine nuts (and sometimes also with fried onions) is a specialty of Tiberias.

Poultry and meat

Chicken is the most widely eaten meat in Israel, followed by turkey.[50] Chicken is prepared in a multitude of ways, from simple oven-roasted chicken to elaborate casseroles with rich sauces such as date syrup, tomato sauce, etc. Examples include chicken casserole with couscous, inspired by Moroccan Jewish cooking, chicken with olives, a Mediterranean classic, and chicken albondigas (meat balls) in tomato sauce, from Jerusalem Sephardi cuisine.[50]Albondigas are also prepared from ground meat.,[51] similar to albogindas is the more popular Kufta which is made of minced meat, herbs and spices and cooked with tomato sauce, date syrup, pomegranate syrup or tamarind syrup with vegetables or beans.


Israeli-style mangal

Grilled and barbecued meat are common in Israeli cuisine. The country has many small eateries specializing in beef and lamb kebab, shish taouk, merguez and shashlik. Outdoor barbecuing, known as mangal or al ha-esh (on the fire) is a beloved Israeli pastime. In modern times, Israel Independence Day is frequently celebrated with a picnic or barbecue in parks and forests around the country.[52]Skewered Goose Liver is a dish from southern Tel Aviv. It is grilled with salt and black pepper and sometimes with spices like cumin or baharat spice mix.

Chicken or lamb baked in the oven is very common with potatoes, and sometimes fried onions as well.


Breaded turkey schnitzel served with pasta

Turkey schnitzel is an Israeli adaptation of veal schnitzel, and is an example of the transformations common in Israeli cooking.[53] The schnitzel was brought to Israel by Jews from Central Europe, but before and during the early years of the State of Israel veal was unobtainable and chicken or turkey was an inexpensive and tasty substitute. Furthermore, a Wiener schnitzel is cooked in both butter and oil, but in Israel only oil is used, because of kashrut. Today, most cooks buy schnitzel already breaded and serve it with hummus, tahina, and other salads for a quick main meal. Other immigrant groups have added variations from their own backgrounds; Yemenite Jews, for example, flavor it with hawaij.[9] In addition, vegetarian versions have become popular and the Israeli food company, Tiv′ol, was the first to produce a vegetarian schnitzel from a soya meat-substitute.

Various types of sausage are part of Sephardi and Mizrahi cuisine in Israel. Jews from Tunisia make a sausage, called osban, with a filling of ground meat or liver, rice, chopped spinach, and a blend of herbs and spices. Jews from Syria make smaller sausages, called gheh, with a different spice blend while Jews from Iraq make the sausages, called mumbar, with chopped meat and liver, rice, and their traditional mix of spices.[54]

Moussaka is an oven-baked layer dish ground meat and eggplant casserole that, unlike its Levantine rivals, is served hot.

Meat stews (chicken, lamb and beef) are cooked with spices, pine nuts herbs like parsley, mint and oregano, onion, tomato sauce or tahini or juices such as pomegranate molasses, pomegranate juice, pomegranate wine, grape wine, arak, date molasses and tamarind. Peas, chickpeas, white beans, cowpeas or green beans are sometimes also added.

Stuffed chicken in Israel is usually stuffed with rice, meat (lamb or beef), parsley, dried fruits like dates, apricots or raisins, spices like cinnamon, nutmeg or allspice; sometimes herbs like thyme and oregano (not the dried ones) are added on the top of the chicken to give it a flavor and than it is baked in the oven.

Dairy products

Many fresh, high quality dairy products are available, such as cottage cheese, white cheeses, yogurts including leben and eshel, yellow cheeses, and salt-brined cheeses typical of the Mediterranean region.[55]

Dairy farming has been a major sector of Israeli agriculture since the founding of the state, and the yield of local milk cows is amongst the highest in the world. Initially, the moshavim (farming cooperatives) and kibbutzim produced mainly soft white cheese as it was inexpensive and nutritious. It became an important staple in the years of austerity and gained a popularity that it enjoys until today.[55]

Soft white cheese, gvina levana, is often referred to by its fat content, such as 5% or 9%. It is eaten plain, or mixed with fruit or vegetables, spread on bread or crackers and used in a variety of pies and pastries.[55]

Labneh is a yogurt-based white cheese common throughout the Balkans and the Middle East. It is sold plain, with za’atar, or in olive oil. It is often eaten for breakfast with other cheeses and bread.[56] In the north of the country, Labneh balls preserved in olive oil are more common than in the central and the southern parts. Adding spices like za’atar, dried oregano or sumac and herbs like thyme, mint or scallions is common when preserving the Labneh balls. It is especially common to eat them during breakfast because meat is usually not eaten in the morning.


Tzfat cheese

Tzfat cheese, a white cheese in brine, similar to feta, was first produced by the Meiri dairy in Safed in 1837 and is still produced there by descendants of the original cheese makers. The Meiri dairy also became famous for its production of the Balkan-style brinza cheese, which became known as Bulgarian cheese due to its popularity in the early 1950s among Jewish immigrants from Bulgaria. Other dairies now also produce many varieties of these cheeses.[55] Bulgarian yogurt, introduced to Israel by Bulgarian Jewish survivors of the Holocaust, is used to make a traditional yogurt and cucumber soup.[57]

In the early 1980s, small privately owned dairies began to produce handmade cheeses from goat and sheep’s milk as well as cow’s milk, resembling traditional cheeses like those made in rural France, Spain and Italy. Many are made with organic milk. These are now also produced by kibbutzim and the national Tnuva dairy.[55]

Egg dishes


Shakshuka served in a skillet

Shakshuka, a North-African (Tunisian) dish of eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce, is a national favorite, especially in the winter. It is traditionally served up in a cast iron pan with bread to mop up the sauce.[58] Some variations of the dish are cooked with liberal use of ingredients such as eggplant, chili peppers, hot paprika, spinach, feta cheese or safed cheese.

Omelette is seasoned with onions, herbs such as dill seeds (Shamir), spinach, parsley, mint, coriander and mallow with spices such as turmeric, cumin, sumac, cinnamon and cloves and with cheese such as Safed cheese and Feta cheese

Haminados is an egg that is baked after being boiled it is baked alongside stew or meals, when it is in hamin when it is mainly taken outside the stew at morning for breakfast, it is also sometimes replaces normal egg at sabich. It is also eaten as a breakfast alongside jachnun, grated tomatoes and skhug.

Fruit

Israel is one of the world’s leading fresh citrus producers and exporters,[59] and more than forty types of fruit are grown in Israel, including citrus fruits such as oranges, grapefruit, tangerines and the pomelit, a hybrid of a grapefruit and a pomelo, developed in Israel.[60]Fruits grown in Israel include avocados, bananas, apples, cherries, plums, lychees, nectarines, grapes, dates, strawberries, prickly pear (tzabbar), persimmon, loquat (shesek) and pomegranates, and are eaten on a regular basis: Israelis consume an average of nearly 160 kilograms (350 lb) of fruit per person a year.[61]

Many unique varieties of mango are native to the country, most having been developed during the second half of the 20th century. New and improved mango varieties are still introduced to markets every few years. Arguably the most popular variety is the Maya type, which is small to medium in size, fragrant, colourful (featuring 3-4 colours) and usually fiberless. The Israeli mango season begins in May, and the last of the fruit ripen as October draws near. Different varieties are present on markets at different months, with the Maya type seen between July and September. Mangos are frequently used in fusion dishes and for making Sorbet.

A lot of Israelis keep fruit trees in their yards, citrus (especially orange and lemon) being the most common. Mangos are also now popular as household trees. Mulberry trees are frequently seen in public gardens, and their fruit is popularly served alongside various desserts and as a juice.

Fruit is served as a snack or dessert alongside other items or by themselves. Fresh-squeezed fruit juices are prepared at street kiosks, and sold bottled in supermarkets.[61] Various fruits are added to chicken or meat dishes and fresh fruit salad and compote are often served at the end of the meal.[62]

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OH HELLO.. DC aND new DELHI, SO U WANT TO KNOW : IN SHORT FORMAT ?

WELL, ONE WAY TO EXPLAIN IS – TO ABSTRACT FROM THE SUBJECT MATTER AND SIMPLY ASK HOW DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING?

WELL HERE IS HOW ANYONE HAS EVER KNOWN ANYTHING – WHERE ANYTHING MEANS KNOWLEDGE OR ANY SUBJECT OR DOMAIN

[1] THROUGH LEARNING – LIKE U KNOW HOW PEOPLE LEARN A LANGUAGE – LIKE BOOKS, AND PRACTICE

[2] THROUGH SOME DIVINE SOURCE – U KNOW SOMETIMES JESUS OR KRISHNA COMES IN SOME PEOPLE’S DREAMS AND TELL S THEM SOME STUFF

[3] THROUGH EXPERIENCE: LIKE YOU NOT JUST LOVE FRANCE, AND MEET EMAANUEL MACRON AND CHARLE DE GAUL AND FARNCOIS MITTERAND, 3 TIMES IN YOUR LIFE OR ATTEND THEIR SISTER’S WEDDING OR EAT AT A FRENCH RESTAURANT BUT ACTUALLY DATE OR HAVE SEX WITH A FRENCH GIRL AND LIVE IN, EAT, SLEEP AND WORK IN FRANCE – WOUDL BE ONE EXAMPLE.

NOW, OBVIOUSLY, THE FIRST PATH – LISTED ABOVE IN ITEM SONG [1] IS HELPFUL, AND SUCH KNOWLEDGE – LETS SAY – FOR EXAMPLE, THE SUBJECT IS ISAREL, THEN YES, THERE RE BOOKS, VIDEOS, SEMINARS, LECTURE SERIES – AND ALL THAT ONE CAN OR COULD ATTEND TO – { IT DOES REQUIRE SPENDING SOME TIME THOUGH – LIKE U KNOW IF U WANT TO KNOW ENGINEERING, EETING ELON MUSK OR SUNDAR PICHAI OR AJAY MISHRA OR BILL GATES, WONT CUT IT – COMPARED TO THOSE WHO LIKE SPEND 4 YEARS IN AN ELITE ENGINEERING SCHOOOL – DOES IT MAKE SENSE? } … BUT YEH TAT KIND OF KNOWLEDGE – I N ITEM NUMBER [1] ABOVE IS CALELD CEREBERAL KNOWLEDGE – LIKE U KNOW – HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS OF SIARE

LIKE FOR EXAMPLE U CAN SUMMON – SAY OBAMA AOR MODI CAN SUMMON THEIR SIAREL EXPERT SOME JEW NAME – AND SY – OK – TELL ME WHATS THE SUMAMRY OF SIAREL AND THEY MAY TELL U THAT THEY EAT BEEF – AND SOME IN NSHER EAT PORK – AND DRINK VODKA IN TEL AVEEV, BUT – NEVER POK IN JERSUALEM AND THEY CAN EVEN TELL U THAT HEBREW UNIVERITY IS HERE – AND BAR ILLAN IS WHERE BIBI NETANYAHU AND GLENN BECK GOES – AND THAT TECHNION IS IN HAIFA AND ITS THE IIT OF ISAREL AND EILAT IS LIKE GOA OF PLUS 972 – AND BAT YAAM IS WHEER – HOTMNA’S RUSSHIONS LIVE IN A FLAT – AND KAFAR SABA IS WHERE MISSILES CAN LAND – AND – THAT BIBI NETNAYHU IS IN LIKUD AND LIKUD IS A APRTY – IN ISAREL AND 61 IS THE MAGIC NUMBER THAT EVERYONE NEEDS, BECAUSE THERE SENATE AND PARLIMANET IS CALELD NOT SENATE, NOT KNESETTE –

AND THEY CAN ALSO TELL MODI AND OBAMA – THAT WIFE IS SARAH AND KIDS ARE YAIR AND GIDEON SARA WAS IN EDUCATION MINISTRY AND – WHEN U GO THERE SAY NOT HELLOW OR HOWDY BUT SHALO AND SHOAH MEANS HOLOCAUST IN JEW NAME – AND YAMAKA IS NCESSQRY FOR THE WESTERN WALL AND YAD VASHEM – AND BIBI NETANYAHU IS IN THE POWR SINCE LAST DECADE – AND THE LONGEST ONE BREFOR THAT WAS BEN GURION – AND IF BIBI WINS HE WOULD BREAK THE RECORD OF EVEN BEN GURION AND TYAT BENGURION BECAME THE PRIME MINISTER OF PLUS 972 AFTER ESINETIN SAID NO TO THE PM ISAREL CHAIR – AND THEY CAN ALSO TELL U – THAT – GAL GADOT MISS WONDER WOMAN LIKE NATALIA PORTMAN IS NOW NOT IN PLUS 972 BUT IN HOLLYWOOD UNLIKE BAR AREFLI WHO IS DOING EURO BEATS AND WATER AND CONSUTCTION AND UNDER WEAR AND TENNIS ADS – AND TAL LAW – ONLY OLGA DID – :) AND THAT WOULD BE ONE LEEVL OF KNOWLEDGE – OH AND OF COURSE STUFF LIKE –

NIR BARKAT IS RICHETS AND HE IS MAYOR OF JERUSLAME AND BIBI NETANYAHU NET WORTH IS THE SAME AS THAT OF RAHM EMANUEL, AND ITS $14 MILLION AND THAT BIBI NETANYAHU IS LIKED BY HAYOO AND -> OK BTW – IS SIARELIS READING ? -> BUBBA -> ADELSON WONWS – HAYOM – AND ITS A NEW PAPER AND BIBI WANTED FAVORAVBLE COVERSGAE IS SCANDALOUS YES? – OK THERE IS ANOTHER ONE CALLED YEHIDOR NOT :) – AND WHO WANTED – UNFORVORABLE COUREVAGE FRO BIBI NETANAYHU MAY I KNOW? AND ? WELL AND HAARETZ AND HTML AND NEW YORK TIMES AND CHEMY SHALEV AND ALL THAT – IS SOMEHOW NOT OBAMA SPONDORED AND J STREET BLESSED ANTI BIBI COBERAGE ? AD WHEN BILL CLINTON OPPOSED NETANAYHU BUT PREFERS UNCLE SHIMON PERES, WAS IT THROGH COERSION OR PUBLICITY AD PR ? – WLEL, U KNOW NEWTON’S 3RD LAW – DONT U
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AD YES THEN OBAMA AND MODI ADVSSIERS CAN TELL ERETZ ISAREL IS THE KEY WORK AND HERE IS – THAT BOOK OF QUTES AND ON GREETING U SAY SHABAT SHALOM IF FRIDAY – AND THEY CAN ALSO POINT U TO BOOKS LIKE HERE IS THE BOOK ON ARAB ISARELI WAR AND THIS IN HERE IS CALELD THE 1967 WINE AKA, THE YOM KIPUR WAR AND HAVE ALERTS LIKE BRITHDAY REMIDNERS, SO, ON PURIM – WHICH BTW IS LIKE HOLI, FETSIVAL OF COLORS, AND FOR DEEPER, MEANSNING SEE QUEEN ESTHER IS IT FROM IRAN ? – AND SO ON – AND SUKHOT HAS COME SO, WTEET THIS IMAGE IN THIS HEBREW WORDS – AND HERE IS HATIKVA AND THERE IS STAR F DAVID AND HERE IN HERE IS CALELD STATRUP NATION CALELD PLUS 972 AND U CAN ALSO GETS STATSISTCIS LIKE – PER CAPITA VC MEANS VENTTURE CAPITAL PER CAPITA IS HIGHETS IN PLUS 972 MORE THAN EVEN IN SILCON ALLEY CALELD CALFIORNIA – AND THIS IS STANLEY FISHER AND HIS SON WITH MARK ZUKERBERG, AND STNALEY FISHER IS BOI MEANS BANK OF SIAREL – CHEIF ECONOMIST, LIKE RAGHURAM RAJAN WAS TO MODI AND UPA – AND SO ON – AND THIS IS MOSSAAD AND THIS GUY MODEL LIKE IS CALELD YOSSI COHENA ND ITS LIKE AJIT DOVA L OF RAW AND HERE IS – THE CASE STUY OF ISAREL FROM AJAY AT INSEAD AND SEE HERE ON THIS DATE CAME THAM JEWS FROM THE SVOET UNION AND THEY WERE HIGHLY EDUCATED AND SCIETIFIALLY TRAINED AND SIAREL BECAME FROM KITUZZ AND ORANAGES TO A SILICON VALLEY IN DESERT SPECIALLY WHEN IT CAME TO SECURITY COMPANIES THANK TO THE SOVIET JEWS – AND THAM IS CALELD AHKENAZI AND ASHKENAIM ARE NOT SPELT THE SME AS MIZRAHIM AND MIZRAHIMA ND SEPHARDIC IS NOT THE SAME AS THE KHAZARS JEWS – OR ASHKENAZIM JEWS AND ITS A BIG ISSUE IN THE SCHOLS AND HERE IS – CALELD WORD CALELD YESHIVA AND TTHAM IS CALELD DEUTERMONOMY AND LEVIDICUS AND THA TORAH AND THE TALMUDS AND MISHA AND MODDNNA DOES MEHNDI ,YOGA AND KABALA AND MALRN MONRE BECAE JEW – AND SO ON ..

AND THEN U CAN CHOOSE LIKE IF – BIBI – OR ANYONE FROM LIKUD – AND NO NAFATUALIA BENNEFT WONT BECOME THE PRIME MINISTER FO ISAREL EVER – BUT YES HE ISA SMART BOY , HE ENTREPRENEUR – ALSO – SARRTED AND SOLD HIS TECH COMPANIES AND I THIK HE NET WORTH RE THAN $150 MILLION – AND THEN U CAN SAY OK SO, IF – YAIR KAPID, THE OBAMA LOVER – AND BIBI DISLIKER THAN – I WOLD SAY GAY PRIDE AND GAY PARADES AND THE PRICE OF FLAT IN NESHER AND BAT YAAM – AND IF BIBI I WOULD TALK HISTORY, AND, CYBER SECURITY AND THE GOLAN AND THE YOM KIPUR WAR – AND SO ON..

THAT WOULD – BE – A SAMPLE SPAEC KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT U CAN GET FROM ITEM NUMBER [1] ABOVE –

NOW THE ITEM [2] IS FOR THE DEVIOUT THE BRAHMINS –

ITEM NUMBER [3] IS CALELD OSMOSIS

U KNOW WHATS OSMOSIS ?

LIKE U KNOW – WORD CALLED MEMBRANE DEAR OBAMA AND BOLLYWOOD MOTHERUFCKERS AND MODI JI?

OK MEMBRANE GETS FORMED AROUND SOME SUSBTSNACE IN CELLUAR BILILOGY LANGUAGE

BECAUSE I AM PRESSED FOR TIME THIS IS THE BEST WAY TO EXPLAIN WHAT IS

[A] NON BOOK CATEGORY LEVEL KNOW AND KNOWLEDGE

[B] THE LIMITS OF WHAT AND HOW MUCH ONE CAN LEARN FROM A DISTANCE

[C] THE VALUE OF – ASSIMILATION AND KNOWLEDGE THROUGH ASSIMILATION

THIS ABOVE IS A SHORT OVERVEW OF THIS WORD CALLED KNOWLEDGE OF :

ALSO, IN VERY SHORT LINES

[1] KNOWLEDGE IS THE DOMAIN OF THE BRAHMINS, ITS OUR CORE COMPETENCY AND OUR STATED GOAL

[2] TO SEEK KNOWLEDGE – OF ANYTHING – U SHOULD INVEST TIME AND EFFORT IN THAT PURSUIT.

[3] THE PURSUIT OF POWER IS THE DOMAIN OF THE POLITICIANS, THE PURSUIT OF MONEY IS THE GOAL OF THE BANIYA, AND THE PUSUIT OF KNOLEDGE – EVEN WHEN ITS KNOWLEDGE U CANT MONETIZE, MEANINGS, KNOWLEDGE OF THE SAKE OF KNOWLEDGE IS THE PURSUIT OF THE BRAHMAN

YES OF COURSE SUCCESS IS MEASURED IN THE DOMAIN OF KNOWLEDGE ALSO,

U MAY BE FAMILIAR WITH ONE MEASURE OF SUCCESS AND THAT IS IS WHAT U KNOW MADE IT TO THE BEST SELLER LIST AS NEW YORK TIMES,

BUT, THATS NOT THE ONLY MEASURE, OF THE WORD CALELD KNOWLEDGE, ME MEANS – ASK OBAMA AND MODI, WHICH SOURCE THEY REFER AND LOG INO – WHEN THEY WANT TO SEEK – WHAT – WILL OR MAY HAPPEN ?

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[A] THE RUSSIONS AND NESHER ND HOLON – TRUST ME HILALRY JI – YEAH EVEN HILALRY CLINTON JI – HASNT VISIITED NESHER AND HOLON MORE THAN HAS OLGA

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‘Israelis Led India’s Airstrikes’: In Pakistan, the Hindu-Zionist Conspiracy Theory Takes a Wild Turn It is no w an established narrative in Pakistan, not a fringe opinion, that Israel not only helped India plan its military retali ation for a suicide bombing by Pakistan-based militants – but sent Israeli pilots to take part Kunwar Khuldune Shahid SendSend me email alerts Mar 13, 2019 12:05 PM 0comments Zen Subscribe now 205share on facebook Tweet send via email red dit stumbleupon Indian pilot, Wing Commander Abhinandan, downed in an aerial dogfight with the Pakistani air force, unde r armed escort before his release. Pakistan-India border, March 1, 2019 Indian pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan, downed i n an aerial dogfight with the Pakistani air force, under armed escort before his release. Pakistan-India border, March 1 , 2019 \ REUTERS TV/ REUTERS Under Modi, the ‘new’ India prioritizes aggression – and prizes Israel’s example Israeli- made bombs used in Pakista

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‘Israelis Led India’s Airstrikes’: In Pakistan, the Hindu-Zionist Conspiracy Theory Takes a Wild Turn

It is now an established narrative in Pakistan, not a fringe opinion, that Israel not only helped India plan its military retaliation for a suicide bombing by Pakistan-based militants – but sent Israeli pilots to take part

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Dust might have settled on the Indian-Pakistani military skirmishes, initiated a fortnight ago, but the war of narratives is still ongoing between the two South Asian, nuclear armed, neighbors.

That means Pakistan’s conspiracy theorists have gone into overdrive, suggesting that Israel not only offered India moral support during the conflict spike – but actually sent its own combatants to strike Pakistan.

Addressing a rally on Saturday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi boasted about making "Pakistan cry" after the Indian Air Force carried out a strike ostensibly targeting camps of Jaish-e-Mohammad, the terror group which claimed last month’s suicide attack in Indian-administered Kashmir.

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Modi’s attempts to cash in on war-mongering ahead of general elections have become more transparent in the aftermath of India coming up short in the military clashes against Pakistan. Voices within India are questioning the nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government’s claims of eliminating a terror camp, especially after facts have emerged disproving New Delhi’s version of the air battle.

For Pakistan, basking in a rare victory over India – military or moral – Modi’s pre-election war hysteria has provided a unique opportunity to earn diplomatic points with the rest of the world. This has prompted Prime Minister Imran Khan’s repeated invitations for Indo-Pak peace talks, a crackdown on Jaish-e-Mohammed along with other terror groups, and the historic decision to sack a minister for exhibiting anti-Hindu bigotry.

Even so, where Pakistan might have found an opening to showcase a progressive image to the world, the age-old "Jewish-Hindu" conspiracy theories have simultaneously reemerged.

It is now an established narrative in Pakistan, not a fringe opinion, that Israel helped India plan the air raid. Among those who have propagated this narrative is the progressive English daily, Dawn, which last week carried a report headlined, "India plotted dangerous attack with Israeli help," citing an anonymous Pakistani government official who was not even properly quoted as evidence for the "Indo-Israeli plot."

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A section of the mainstream media even "unveiled" how an Israeli pilot was currently in custody in Pakistan. That theory has its flimsy roots in the contradictory statements given by the army spokesperson about the number of pilots captured by Pakistan.

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Given that the captured Indian Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman and his release symbolized Pakistan’s magnanimity after getting the better of India in the military skirmishes, similar claims about an Israeli pilot would be seen as a symbolic triumph over Israel.

It is no coincidence that the conspiracy theories went into overdrive in Pakistan after Robert Fisk’s piece in The Independent in the immediate aftermath of the Indo-Pak air raids,with the screaming headline, "Israel is playing a big role in India’s escalating conflict with Pakistan." The article’s only clear data points revolved around the burgeoning arms trade between India and Israel, and how both states confront Islamist terrorism.

But Fisk opened the door to conspiracists when he suggested that rather than a business transaction, the Israel tail was wagging the Indian dog: the weapons Israel supplied came with a side-order of Zionist contamination. In his words: "It is difficult to see how Zionist nationalism will not leach into Hindu nationalism when Israel is supplying so many weapons to India."

The headline of the piece flashed across Pakistani news channels – not least when it was republished in Dawn – escalating into "reports" that the Indian jets attacking Pakistan had actually been piloted by Israelis.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara pose for a photograph at the Taj Mahal, India. January 16, 2018Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara pose for a photograph at the Taj Mahal, India. January 16, 2018STR / AFP

This is not to dismiss the growing alliance between India and Israel under the two respective right-wing governments. In fact, an Israeli official’s declaration two years ago that there is "no difference between Lashkar-e-Taiba or Hamas" underlined how, for Israel and its supporters, India’s narrative over the Kashmir dispute has triumphed over Pakistan’s.

However, to suggest that the growing Indo-Israeli ties somehow translate into Israeli ploy to target Pakistan – without any tangible evidence – is the same as suggesting that Saudi Arabia was directly involved in the attack on India, given how it has long provided fundsfor the Pakistani army.

Using the same (non) logic, it would be possible to suggest the unlikely scenario that Tehran "officially" aligned with New Delhi against Islamabad, when Iran called out Pakistan over terror safe havens, at the very time that Pakistan was militarily engaged with India. The wild extent of the conspiracy theories can be gauged by the implication that Israel and Iran would somehow ally to join India, just to target Pakistan.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on his official Instagram account before speaking about the suicide bombing in Indian-administered Kashmir. Islamabad, Feb 19, 2019Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on his official Instagram account before speaking about the suicide bombing in Indian-administered Kashmir. Islamabad, Feb 19, 2019AFP

Intriguingly, the anti-Israel narrative has resurfaced at a time when there have been murmurs of Pakistan actually reconsidering its position on Israel.

On the sidelines of last month’s Munich Security Conference, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi expressed a desire to "normalize relations" with Israel, while speaking to the Israeli newspaper Ma’ariv; he was quoted as saying, "We wish all the best for Israel, we have many friends in the region and we would like you to join them." Former military ruler General Pervez Musharraf has recently echoed his position from a 2012 Haaretz interview urging Pakistan to establish ties with Israel "to counter India."

These developments came after a tweet by Haaretz English editor Avi Scharf had sparked hysteria in Pakistan in October, with rumors abound that Benjamin Netanyahu had visited Islamabad. It resulted in a political crisis for Imran Khan, who has often been targeted by his detractors as a "Jewish agent" owing to his first marriage to Jemima Goldsmith, whose conversion to Islam didn’t persuade them she had shed her Jewish origins.

While any significant progress on Pakistan establishing formal ties with Israel might be unlikely any time soon, both countries are firmly in the same geopolitical camp. This was further delineated during Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman’s visit to Islamabad last month, which highlighted how Pakistan has formally aligned itself against Iran.

With the state gradually taking steps towards addressing Islamist bigotry against other religious groups, most notably Hindus, maybe it might eventually address the ubiquitous anti-Semitism.

A salesman displays a sari printed with an image of Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, captured and later released by Pakistan. Surat, India, March 8, 2019A salesman displays a sari printed with an image of Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, captured and later released by Pakistan. Surat, India, March 8, 2019\ Amit Dave/ REUTERS

It is this prevailing anti-Jewish bigotry that has resulted in Pakistan failing, or refusing, to recognize its many commonalities with Israel, with the two being the only two post-colonial states founded on religious nationalism.

However, progressive voices in Pakistan continue to hope that just like the state is seemingly readdressing its anti-Hindu narrativerooted in its communal foundations, eventually it would also be able to overcome the Islamist hegemony that continues to reaffirm anti-Semitism in the country.

Pakistan can play a more constructive role in both Palestine and Kashmir conflicts, which Islamabad has been vying to hyphenate, if it views them from a human rights perspective and not through a religious lens. However, that is only possible if Pakistan uproots its own Islamist inertia and longstanding disregard for human rights.

Kunwar Khuldune Shahid is a Pakistan-based journalist and a correspondent at The Diplomat. His work has been published in The Guardian, The Independent, Foreign Policy, Courrier International, New Statesman, The Telegraph , MIT Review, and Arab News among other publications. Twitter: @khuldune

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