MANDATORY MILITARY SERVICE, GAY RIGHTS, AND MORE IN TEL AVIV, ISRAEL (short doc)

MANDATORY MILITARY SERVICE, GAY RIGHTS, AND MORE IN TEL AVIV, ISRAEL (short doc)

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Years. Ago I am, solar traveling my way through Israel and Palestine and that was very difficult to explain to immigration and customs so you're travelling alone yes with no real connection to this land correct and you're not Jewish right, and you don't know anybody here do. People. I've met in the club count, okay so I've met a few Israelis in my life and a lot of them happen to be in the club they were all super cool super, curious super, open-minded. Super. Sexy. And you know that's reason enough for me to want to go visit a country though curious, open-minded, cool part not the sexy part although that does happen. Look. I understand, that this part of the world is superheated. There's a lot of tension conflict, controversy, who's, right who's wrong I. Plan. On getting to that in another video check the description box or maybe in the Carter here let me say this I want to visit every country in the world regardless of what the government does I want to see for myself also I know that the government doesn't always reflect its people doesn't always represent, its people the United States for example but that still doesn't mean that if you go to the United States you're just going to meet horrible people no what we're gonna get to that right. Now Tel, Aviv. Walking. Shot oh. No. I'm just getting a walking shot don't worry about me. Why. Did I just say no. This. Is too big for me I think but I let. Me try. How. Much is it though, wait. That sounds like a lot. Not. Yet. But. A thousand, shekels that's a lot wrong, but how much bullets. I want to try the price, this, oh, you. Okay. Do you have up okay. He just walked oh I, like these. Okay. The. Price is 100. No. You said 100 over there, lucky. For, you 100 SEK yeah give me have that fifty hundred fifty shake it no you, said 100. Okay. Give me under 20. Anybody. Want a wallet geez I don't have the best place we throw around Jesus. You. Guys are like my favorite youtubers. I love. Your channel so much. That's. So sweet of you thank you fishermen vitrified came, with the community, monarchy my venison be available, as no primo is available. Per visitor. So. It's sort of this thing when people recognize me or Joe I asked, to take a picture with them so that when I have down when this I can just look and be like. Yeah, maybe a vegetarian but I'm not a cat guy so I'm gonna go this, way. Just, like that it's already nighttime dang, it again it's partly my fault because I woke a bit. I. Unlocked, my phone to see what time it was the. Alarm screen was up all a to do was clicks a missed, my two tours but you know what that's the thing about these Middle Eastern cultures because they all take their time in the morning and then the real cities come alive at night at. Least that's what I tell myself so earlier today I went to this cafe called cafe pool I went because I wanted to get so shakshuka. Is. There any space for wanted, to borrow me me. I. Didn't, have shakshuka, so. Then I try to get sackcloth which, is like an eggnog II kind of drink in the Middle East they don't serve that till after 6:00. Now. That it's after 6:00 let's, go try to fire some Saha. Take, a left here take, the next right when, you hit Domino's. Pizza and they'll be like a Boulevard. On your left here is a place called Columbia they, have. Weight. You put that in there okay. Let's try it let's do it. No. I'm never never busy I, stopped it tried it yet. I'll. Get there it, just doesn't look the.

Most Appetizing. Yeah. I have a YouTube channel. To. Subscribe you. Guess. What. Show oh man, so do you really drink this or not. Oh you eat it you don't drink it no. Ok. I'll try. Oh yeah. This. Is great what, is it made out of this. Is new. :. Flow. Yes. My. Plugin, also. Like. Oatmeal, this. Is the, whole place is based on melody. Like. You. Know this is the cold version of this are, you doing I'm, good ugly. Nice to meet you Draiman. Yeah. Really. Yeah. It's the usual game of phosphorus, between conflicting campus they are on enmity, with each other yeah, they will put the stamp on top of the stamp of someone else of the reason. I, don't. Know, how to people. Here, we go. What. Else do you guys do intelligent here here where do you carry now then the beast market, now, I haven't been. I listen, to you can I'm just kidding. I. Always. Say that somebody who moves to a city probably knows it better than a local. And. That's the case yeah how do we say goodbye, and. Let, out a. Drought. Tada. Tada. Later. Out. There. Are such good people all, around, the world. It's. New Years and I know it didn't seem like it because it. Shouldn't. Cuz this is Israel and, they work on the Jewish calendar like a Hebrew calendar it's actually year. 5775. I'm. Back here in 2019, but the other way I, didn't want to say though. So. They. Have this famous drink here in the Middle East called anak it's a liqueur like I nice so. Basically it tastes like black licorice which, is not. My favorite thing so I didn't. Go with the Atok and I got some vodka cranberry, and said hey. Prices. Here in Israel are on par with the United States so you got to do whatever you can to get, on a level before you get there. You. Already feel like you're back in Europe. I. Just. Ain't bitterly gave me the chills. Dang. It I got cranberry, shirt. Going. So hard for. No reason. There. Is some reason is 2019, don't we celebrating, life the, year that we just lived whether, it was good or bad we can learn from it move forward it's 2019, it's going to be even better year less here. I. Said. I'm not here to see in the world from my own self I'm not gonna let anything else's opinions, affect, mine. Exactly. Like if you wanted me to avoid, every. Country with conflict or controversy, then like I can't. Even go back to my home country. He's. Not wrong. Okay. She. Hung up on me okay I'm going to the bar just. Find a girlfriend. Okay. You're. Crazy famous and I'm super lucky to meet you this is the the, worst party, and look around. 1.1. Million. So. We all know how Tel Aviv is one of the gate capitals of the world right, I've been dying every day bar, Club, by now all the name of research. I'm. Just doing my research okay if you are coming specifically. To see the gay culture in the Middle East I recommend. You probably come during pride because what you'll find here it's, probably more or less the same scene you would find in Paris or or New York it's not like it's lively you're crazier, it's not like they're block, parties, with shirtless men or or lesbian. Bars that are open all night tell you just gets its reputation for being accepting, because it's one of the only places in the Middle East where, LGBT individuals. Feel comfortable. It's a safe haven over here this place is beautiful, I'm. Hearing. Gaff oh yeah. Foe or Jaffa so crazy though. So. All these white cars are their taxis, and you can download the apps like get or yang, go, I swear though I booked this little beach house the one week, it decides for brain in Israel. Remember, those two tourists that I missed because I overslept right I reached out to one of them it was like a streetwise Hebrew, to learn other, than gwizdo --xe behind everything, here's the thing when you're on the ground and if you don't speak Hebrew you're probably missing, 80%. Of what's happening, on the on the wall on the menus on the street signs kind of missing the culture, itself so I wanted to take that tour the dude was in Shanghai he was shutting up and going but he did put me in contact with Tel Aviv alternative. To Tel Aviv walking, tours imagine, I kept the name okay they also weren't running tours today but they were super nice and they sent me a self-guided, freaking, walking, tour that, has descriptions, of all the street art and so now I'm out here walking let's go see some art. That. Person's always mean - I don't do group chats. She, was ugly tower behind me it is a prime example of, gentrification and, expansion, happening in Tel Aviv which explains why I just had a really nice cup of coffee around the block the tower was subject to a range of criticism, it was thought that it would hurt the character of the neighborhood which is composed of small alleys villas and houses, like this is what the neighborhood looks like so when you have just a high-rise that pops up out of nowhere you're kind of like so.

Is It good because we're seeing the growth and development of Tel Aviv or is it bad because it's then pushing the, residents out and then calling the neighborhood cool the, answer there. Isn't one. But. There's a lot of construction happening. Here's. My thing street art so important, it's the most direct, to source straight. To consumer, way of learning about a place because it's not like the government is paying. These. People to put up messages, they're. Paying a Tourism, Board to promote a certain message this is the best way to learn about the. People living here and what, they think about the situation and I've seen this so far. Okay. I want. To believe that one day the world will become better so, without israel's. Indigenous, vote don't, kill. Stay strong kids you'll be out soon I have an idea of who they could be talking about if, you are coming here please take the Hebrew streetwise, tour cuz I'm sure I'm sure I'm missing 85%. Because I don't speak Hebrew I'm missing the most pure wording, you, know you can ever express yourself like you can in your native language what. Do you love about tel-aviv. Okay. To be like it's weird as you want you know because it's not like the rest of Israel. How. There's. So much freedom and gayness. In. Other cities it's not as accepted, right it's. Like way scarier to, be gay in other cities like here as well like it's not that safe you know I went with my girlfriends. And like they, have their hand and then this guy and, this woman were like dude it's disgusting, man what, do you say to them. Go. To the army the military. And I will go next there how, do you feel about that do you want to go do you not want to go. Okay. I think that. There's some good in it that it's like, commendatory, yeah that you have to go but like also, I don't like how many. Times it makes us all and like I don't like the occupation, and all that like I'm really against that and I want yeah, I want my country to make better. That's sweet now I'm sure a lot of people that makes a lot of people happy or do a lot of people share that view. You. Want Israel to do good yeah, yeah. Of course I think so I think all the people sharing that view look, like we're all I feel like there's lots of desperation. And something like everyone is just so exhausted, from the whole thing they. Don't trust anyone, and we don't like talk about everything and another thing is that I don't even speak their language like I don't speak Arabic and that's crazy like, a leave 15, minutes from my kasidiaris everyone, speaks Arabic yeah I don't know no misunderstandings. Just, based on the language itself oh well, thank you this, is my smoothie, I'm obsessed with these I was, getting this smoothie and then she stopped me and I wanted to talk to her I feel. Like there's so many people like you I keep meeting them you're, the kind of person that I would meet abroad that made me want to come here I kept. Meeting like these cool open-minded. Curious, like progressive, people and that made me want to come here and then Here. I am with my smoothie. I nee, medibang, litt English. These. Mangoes. Could. I get some mangoes. No. No not not a lot not a lot. I'm. On, a diet yes I. Just. Had shakshuka all right I just, ate shakshuka. Are. These half, yes, there's, a half cent yes yes why, do you have a cent. Shake. It but, what. Things. Cost half a shekel. Here. From Los Angeles I have one more day in Tel Aviv until, I go to Jerusalem, what. Else should I do. Jaffa. Shakshuka the. Markets, a beach drinking. But, I've been drinking this whole trip but no Arak, I haven't tried a rock yet you, sure you. Have some yeah, get a bottle and go home and get drunk. Thank. You see. You in Los Angeles.

This. Was, a dollar 87, this at Trader Joe's would, be three, dollars and 87 okay so they have these kiosks all around Tel Aviv where they sell fruits and shakes let's go get one. Any meta bear Anglet. It's. Okay what does all this say, are these the special deals that I'll never know about. Yeah. This. Is a dollar sixty what do you know I made it to another markets, now we're at Carmel market I wasn't, even planning to do this and I was walking to Bauhaus, architecture centre, aka. The white city after, World, War Two the lot of Jews moved here and they, brought along with them style of architecture that, was famous in Germany yeah, no I'm trying to find it but I still stumbled, upon this I, don't. Think I have it in me. What's, your name, where. Do you hang out in Tel Aviv. Wait. Removing tables. Too bad tonight's my last night. Yeah. I've. Been here for five days. Thank, You. Say. Thank you if I'm thanking a woman which. Version, do I use do you I use the man because I'm a man or the woman because she's a woman. Everyone. In Europe does it this way you roll your own cigarettes, or whatever yeah, in the States nobody, does that. Okay. What were you saying first about the military. You're. A girl, probably you're trying, to get wasted -. Aaron is relevant, should be coming to mother and, fame. Or bigger, salary. What. Do you what do you think about that. Yeah. Do you think, yeah the youth is more accepting, and more tolerant. And just more open. My. Friends, friends. He found out about it through another friend. That's, how you do it man. Dear. Israel, you. Are. Interesting. No, no you are interesting, for. Reasons other than politics, you're a holy land and I. Thank God for all these cuties, and. Look I've drank, your SOT love and I've eaten, your shakshuka. Man. That sounds kind of gross well. I mean I did have that one guy over from our off the gay app here you know what nevermind I think I also managed to come to Israel the one week it decided to reign which then, stressed, me out having, to film an entire video in a day and a half or something I loved about being in a country where I can't even read a freaking, menu or the street, sign yeah you definitely feel like you're in a foreign place I mean if you think about it if you go to Germany you don't speak German, you, can still figure out what the signs say if you go to Israel and you don't speak Hebrew, the. Street signs just, look like hieroglyphics, anyways. So. The, markets didn't really rub me the right way although I am wearing some jeans from the jaffa market right now and no matter how hard I tried I just couldn't get down the conversion, rate between the shekel and the dollar you know what I had a great time in Tel Aviv I'm gonna look out onto this beach and enjoy. My last few moments here I'm on my way to Jerusalem, in the West Bank those videos are gonna have even more to cover. They. Might be even longer by the way I wonder if our YouTube audience will, like these longer videos guess. We'll see in, any case I had a good time I have three tinder dates going to the same bar but that doesn't mean that I'm gonna talk to any of them damn. Georgia had to be expanding as a ranking see new countries and China mention new cultures had to go to Shanghai I. Supported. This is the first time since I arrived misery, where, I've seen the Sun. There. Is a God dangit. I can't make those jokes here, you're, doing a vlog in Tel, Aviv yeah but it hasn't been exciting. Yet no. I mean generally, no no the mother vlog hasn't been exciting there Tel Aviv has been exciting but I haven't been perhaps frugal. Used. To be exactly, it's the lighting blame it on the lighting I won't. Put your faces in it so. All the best oh they take you there's, something specific about their look here, in Israel that, I'm like. Beautiful. Let's, go see. I gotta go this way wait, I gotta grab the camera first okay.

2019-01-14 20:31

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*”come to brasil!”* lmao

Love the longer video. Happy to wait for them too

LOVED THIS. I received a negative reaction when I was about to go to Istanbul Turkey because of the government there ect. People were even telling me to cancel my trip! But I had the exact same thought, if I don't go to any countries with political conflict I can't even return home! So I went to Istanbul and had one of the most amazing trips of my life. Gotta do what you gotta do, ya know? Keep on keeping on.

23 minutes of pure fun and professionalism

I wish I could be fearless like Damon and Jo are

can't wait to see you going to Russia

I loveee thissss

Agora que o canal cresceu às custas de vídeos em português, estão deixando o conteúdo pra brasileiros limitado

Hahah Damon it’s not “ani medaber anglit”it’s “ ATA merdaber anglit” when you want to ask someone if he or she speaks English

Tel-Aviv do not represent Israel at all. You should have went to other cities. The two girls you talk to are so different from the average Israelis. Majority of Israelis are right wing conservatives and more religious. It's sad that you went all this way to Israel to see a false outlook on Israel. Israelis are completely different from these two girls.

Sahlav sounds alot like sahlab

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Yes to longer videos! ♥️

YES, DAMON, I LOVE THESE LONGER VIDEOS. Yes to the more long and in- depth content. This was so wonderful!! Can't wait for the next one!

Please go to China!

this video was amazing, changed my entire perspective on israel

damon is so cute wtf

I can be having the WORST day, and as soon as I watch DamonAndJo I immediately start feeling better

this is definitely one of my favorite videos so far. Thank you, Damon!

Is he gay?

The part where you met the girl with pink hair and she started to list cool places to go gave me extreme 'shut up and go' vibes, does that make sense????

DAMON!!!!! Favorite video by far!!! And extremely important. Thank you for what you do. Can’t wait to see the next episodes. Blessings on blessings!!

so cute when Damon would ask to see if they know english, but he was actually just walking into shops and announcing "I speak english" hahahaha

Façam mais videos em português pf ):

Just YES to this video

This is my favorite video of you guys. And the girl with the pink hair had so many quotes that should be framed like : "The American dream is to get out of America".

the girl with pink hair is so awesome I could talk to her hours

Omg when i travel alone people wanna talk but i am so awkward i just run away hahahaha

I am here for this! Give me more!!! Yes to longer videos. Lol why did I want to jump up and dance during the solo dance party

Israel is sooooo beautiful. I went a couple years ago. Ceasaria was def my fav sight to see. Also the sea of gallilee was amazing

Such a handsome guy

I like these longer videos, especially if theyre this thoughtful

Gili is dope as fuck

to wash your hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless is to side with the powerful. unsubscribed im afraid. this is tantamount to travelling to south africa during apartheid. do better damon.

Love Damon and Jo, but it's sad that this was so one sided even for a non political video

Yeeeeeah, longer videos!!! Apoiado Damon (e Jo, é claro, que vai ler isto também :D ) Amamos vocês, love ya, beijos!

Yes! keep these long videos comin please

Damn this video was fucking amazing. Bout to hop off to Europe on my student budget loool

Absolutely love everything about this!!!

I love this long videos

It didnt even feel like 22 mins tho this was a good vid!

You guys should visit Albania. It’s a great country and the language is very interesting.

Really amazing. Keep em coming.

“Probably not the best place to throw around the word Jesus” looool

he definitely said 100 lol

I love how much of a foodie you are, Damon!

THAT PINK HAIRED LADY IS SO AWESOME

Love the longer videos and the style!!! ❤

I don't think they are together anymore like they used to be

i've been watching you guys for years but i've never commented on a video. i found this one especially appealing though. i am 21 years old and from the chicago and for the first time this past summer i went to israel on birthright. i identify as a practicing reform jew and consider myself to be very liberal. so i find the conflict to be really confusing as someone who is jewish and finds peace in knowing that there is a jewish state, but also as a liberal american. that being said, i love the way you were enthusiastic about not only the people of israel, but the culture-- and also showed that the people of israel are also very open minded themselves. after birthright i extended my trip for 5 days myself and stayed in yafo as well! ALSO last week i arrived in berlin for my first time ever in europe where i'll be studying abroad for the next 4 months, so hearing that girl in the cafe saying that she wished israel was more progressive like berlin made me all the more excited to be here!

I didn't even realise the video was this long untill you said it

Thank you so much for this video. My family is Israeli and I haven't been able to go there for a few years now and it's just so nice to see everything and to hear my people in a way that is not negative. I am totally against the Israeli army and their treatment of Palestinian people, but I still love this country and I've missed it so much.

Do the Carnival with Jo in Brazil this year!

So.. When you comming to Croatia, Zagreb is still waiting to be explored!!@!

Are you brasilian?

Damon, por favooor, continueee. Adorei esse vídeo e nao, nao tem problema em fazê-los longos.

Love it! Its always interesting to see how others see your country. Lots of love from tel aviv

Hears he's not a cat guy, stops the video, makes a comment, sends comment, closes the video.

I recognize that greek accent anywhere hahah

love love love the longer videos

I know that the people dont represent the government. But Zionists do not deserve your money.

At 16:00 you said “I speak English” instead of do you speak english. You should say “atah” instead of “ani”

Omg you pregaming with yourself is the kind of mood I want for 2019

When ur in Jerusalem find a place called Goa they have 5₪ shots and they have a drink called tubi which is illegal in the states

This video went by so fast

To anyone who was ever curious about Israel, rad articles online and really wants to see Israel for themselves, I truly recommend that you visit our small yet very diverse and unique society. Tel Aviv has its own unique perspective on Israel and I think that anyone who comes to visit needs to see Jerusalem, needs to visit settlements to get familiar with the people, to meet Arab Israelis, meet Christian Israelis and Muslims who serve in the army. Reach out and see Israel. There's so much to see and learn. So much beyond headlines and social media.

OMG Cant believe you were here in Israel!

Btw we actually have crazy gay parties you just need to know where haha

??= cornflour lol

Longer videos (more time with internet friends) research and facts, (learning!) and being upfront about all apects of going to a place. Keep these coming

I love the new longer videos

lmao gay palestinians sure don't feel like tel aviv is a safe haven for queers

There's Tin Tin at 20:36?! I didn't know Damon are now friends with him

you should learn Latin, it really helps with other languages (which you can already speak lol) but its still a very nice language with a lot of culture

Loved this so much !

I’m Palestinian and we eat Sahlab. It’s made out of milk, cornstarch, vanilla, and cinnamon. It literally just taste like delicious warm horchata pudding (if made right).

Wow I'm whipped over this doc style content!!!!!my heart melted everytime u found a nice person!!!!

Welp, now I have a massive crush on Gili

Just a note on the language aspect- the majority of the foods if not all is based largely on Palestinian- Arabic recipes and the same applies to their names. (E.g. sahlab , muhalabiya, etc.) just a thought mentioning that they’re words originating from the Arabic language rather than Hebrew or they are derived from the Arabic language. Note some of them are also from Turkish! It’d be interesting to hopefully see in the next video more on how people live in a country with two official languages. Great videos!! x

Just out here watching the video for the second time.

I think about going to Israel and THEN DAMON GOES AND IM LIKE AHAHAHSGSGSGSGS

Yes!!! This is the type of content I've been waiting for. So hyped for these longer and more in-depth videos. LOVE YOU GUYS

You killed it, dude! Dope video/editing. Nice job.

Amazing in every sense and yes will watch longer videos

Ohhh I cannot waaait for the next one!!!

Damon hung out in the Little Prince the one day I was not there ofc...

I want Damon's pregame playlist. Is it on spotify??

Loved this

YES! i love the longer videos please keep doing them.

UGHHHH I LOVE ISRAEL SO MUCH! What beautiful place! The people there are amazing and so nice. Also, most people in Israel do speak English, but I love how you were able to confidently ask them if they spoke english in Hebrew! Way better than what I would be able to do! Hope you enjoyed it and have fun in the holy city!!!

The purple girl you met in the coffee shop is very wrong, as a combat soldier in the IDF I can tell you it's the most important thing in the country, We wouldn't have a country without it We are surrounded by people that hate us and want to kick us out from the country. And girls have very important "jobs" and things to do in the army, if you have time I wish we can meet up and I will explain more to you

yeeesssss we like looong videos

If you're still in Tel Aviv go to the Little Prince on King George St, it's a cozy cafe in a bookstore. if you see a cute server with good fashion tell him I have a crush on him lol

Ahhh I didnt watch the rest of the video! Awesome!

love love love. I have to travel more. 2019 goal for sure because of you.

Didn't even feel like 20min bcs your guys' content is gold!

I was waiting for the war to be over to visit israel, but that is no longer a factor. You guys are making the world a better place with each video you make. Love from portugal

Wow, perfect timing; I'm in Israel / Palestine solo traveling right now!! Question: did you go to the West Bank at all? I'd love to get acquainted with the culture and people but to be honest I've heard mixed things about traveling as a tourist in PA territories, problems with checkpoints and passports, etc

yes longer vids yes i like this yes

Liked your video. I think you should come during summer and explore the city more. It seems like you'd missed alot

Your editing is amazing

Thank you so much for this video from an Israeli.❤️ I really appreciate people that come here to visit despite everything the media tells them about us. I hope you had a great time here!!

This makes me want shut up and go to Israel so badddddddd!

Love the longer video!

Loved this. Thank you!

You keep translating you saying “I speak English” as “do you speak English?”

yesssss here for the long videos

I'm living for Damon's solo kitchen dance party. Such a mood

Loved the video ♥️

Wow I luuuurrved this. It's so interesting to hear the views of real life Israelis and how they really feel about their country and their government. Also loved the longer video!! Love from New Zealand xxxx

I love this video but what is that noise at 17:34 lollll

Aghh now I want shakshuka so much

Also GOD YES I love longer videos I am so happy to watch them all

looking for vegan travel buddy

LOOOOOOVE IT!!!!

5:53... he meant corn flour

I like Gili.

What is the mentality you equip when on solo trips? Especially for those first few solo trips of yours...

that laugh tho 17:35 idk it's a weird sound lol

How do all these young YouTubers travel the world like this? Are they all trust fund babies or bankrolled by their parents?

“The American Dream is to get out of America” it’s like she read all our minds sis I-

8:15 eu quero sua playlist =p

(the answer is it's bad)

Fascinating video, can’t wait to see the rest of the series!! Love the longer format too. By the way, just wanted to thank you guys for inspiring me to shut up and go - je suis une irlandaise mais j’habite en France maintenant, je suis assistant d’anglais ici et j’espére que je peut améliorer mon français! Merci encore pour l’inspiration❤️

Wait this homie gay

"there's something specific about their look here in Israel, that i'm like *long pause*....BEAUTIFUL" lmfao me too damon

I LOVE this episode

Welcome to Israel Damon!! There's lots of vegan/ vegetarian restaurants in Tel Aviv! You came for the right place! And have fun!!

What language was the fan speaking? Was it Romanian? I speak Spanish and I understand most of what he said.

LOVED.THIS.VIDEO!!

First video I watch from this channel and I most say it was amazing. You kept the video funny and interesting, I didn't realized it was 20 minutes long.

Poxa nenhum defeito nesse video

Apaixonada pela menina de cabelo rosa! (Por você também, Damon

You guys should come to Cape Town . You’d love it

i loooooove the longer videos

I really like this vlog , it reflects really well Israel

this is excellent

Really loved the style and extended length of this vid! I hope to see more :)

lately i was in a lecture called "flying - a cultural enrichment or a climate killer" which made me really rethink my opinion about travelling in general. As everybody knows flying is extremely bad for our planet as carbondioxide gets emitted in a very crucial height. But of course I want to travel and see cultures and countries outside of Europe which I haven`t so far. But this lecture made me think about if this is selfish. Only 10% of the world can even afford to fly. And can we be as those 10% be so selfish and say "oh well i don`t care about climate change and next generation and stuff because i want to see the world". I´m not blaming anyone here. I flew too. But maybe think about it: I can also see very different cultures and countries in Europe as well. Not many Europeans visit eastern european countries sadly. I think more Germans have been to Thailand than to Romania. I know it`s different in the states because other cultures and countries are often way too far away to be reached without a car or train. But just keep it in mind. and take the train or car when you can:)

im here for these lengthy videos!!! keep em coming!!!!!!!

i loved this mini doc i hope to see more content like this

sympa le documentaire! et bonne année! ;-)

“The american dream is to get out of America” LOL i loved that girl!

YES I LOVE LONGER VIDEOS

5:55 cornflour and rose water

Does anyone knows what song Damon is playing at 8:15??? It sounds to familiar to me and I can't seem to find it! Help! It's stuck in my head for days!

I live in Israel 5 years already and this country is full of love, laugh, passion and good food:) also there is also some balagan (mess) going on but it's all part of the package

Salut! Tu cherche des recettes facile prepare,alors tu es le bienvenue dans mon canal❤️

20+ MINUTES!?!!! YES, I'M HERE FOR THIS CONTENT!

I AM HERE FOR LONGER VIDEOS!

Yes I love the longer videos

Even though I had to watch in like 3 different sittings, I really appreciated these longer form videos! Especially with topics like these, allows more time for substance!

I loved and enjoyed this video so much. More long videos please

YES WE WILLL!! LONGER VIDEOS!!!!

Yes, longer videos for sure!!

Loved it! Love you guys you're such an inspiration to me ❤️

19:13 BRUHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!

We love these long videos

15:56 I DIED

I loooove this video!

This is one of your best videos yet

Please read before watching: Some Israelis especially the older ones may look intimidating because of their direct language and brash comments. In Israeli culture, it`s called "Stalbet" To take a piss on someone. We got it from the Brits. So just take it lightly and you`ll be fine.

Wow!! I loved this vlog! Tel Aviv was never even on my radar. Now it is!!

I LOVE THESE LONGER VIDEOS

I'm too jealous, I've wanted to go to Israel for so long.

You kept asking people literally: do I speak English? , during the whole video. Dying from the confusion on people’s faces at first seconds when they hear it

Omg! That girl was so right! We are lazy! Americans!!! Love you!

Where is the real Jewish food?? all you had is Arabic food, i want to see the Jewish food.

Israel says that shakshuka is an Israeli dish it's not true it's an Arab dish

Absolutely loooove Israel!!! You depicted the vibe in Tel Aviv beautiful!

That didn’t feel like 23 mins! Keep it up

Shalom Israel

Gili is sooo cute!!!!

Now! That’s a fucking travel vlog!

IM SCREAMING because i just bought that shirt yesterday :DD 7:36

I just found y’all from Asis. Nice videos!

Hey Damon and Jo! I have been watching your channel for awhile and I got to say, I LOVE you guys! You guys are so talented and amazing and gahhhh. I have just one thing that's been bugging me. I don't know how to travel as an introverted person. Can you guys make a video specifically for traveling as an introverted person? I think both of you are extroverted and really cool, but I just don't know how I can build the confidence to randomly talk to people for help and make connections. I know there are other videos that explain how to travel as an introverted person, but they just don't seem real enough. (also, I would just love to hear your thoughts and comments). Ciao!

I like your intention behind the vid and travel in general. Just wanted to say: please acknowledge your privilege (internally, if not already doing so). Sure, going into an occupying territory to learn about "both sides" (i hate this analogy as 2 sides are seen as equal despite this being occupying vs occupied) is arguably open-minded, but understand that as a White person your privilege is enabling you to seek info through the lens of the occupying power. You wouldn't be in apartheid South Africa, funding their regime, talking to Dutch colonisers about Black people, but then weigh the pros and cons of it. And you're granted the privilege to fund and explore a land that only enables you to exisr their safely because of your Whiteness. It's not fair or ethical. I genuinely feel you have the best of intentions, but this seems quite White privilege-y/socially unaware thing to do. Genuinely no hate. But i feel you wouldve thought twice about this trip if you were a visible minority.

I love these longer videos!

Do not visit Syria

Love how respectful your being with such a controversial topic

Loool I love these longer videos! And idk why but I was kind of scared for you. Be safe out there!

I loooooved this video!!! I love seeing the world through your perspective Damon (and Jo), more long videos like this please

Great video Damon! Great editing, and you brought up a deep issue in a light way: the never ending war and mandatory military service. I’m Very happy to hear that the youth has a mind of their own, and they do not justify everything on religion. Grew up in Brazil with Jewish bffs. As you might know, over there we are all mixed up, race and religion. You got me “inside” Israel, it was awesome. Thank you.

#apartheidIsrael

the scenery is so beautiful, shame its all stolen land

I love this kind of content and I hope the next videos keep giving us a more in depth look on what society really looks like.

Send your brother a jacket FROM A DIFF COUNTRY MA BROTHER LOL miss ya!

Weak

Love these

Omg I love you guys so much you really inspire me to keep on learning languages and I hope to become as bilingual as you guys. I’m Israeli so if you want a few tips on places or maybe even join for a Jewish traditional meal in friday you are welcome and can contact me

Shlomit Hochner Shalom

llllol

So Casey Neistat...

I'm lebanese-canadian and i'd love to visit israel. you've captured it so beautifully and i always get surprised by the people in israel who just want peace. I guess growing up knowing about the constant and fatal conflict of our neighbours makes you wonder if the stronger, more opposing side wants a peaceful end to the segregation. i'm sure i'll get to travel there soon enough, however i don't know how they take kindly to other arabs visiting the country for simply tourism.

cornflour

2:39 hunny literally no one cares if you say Jesus it's not like taboo or something we say it all the time

I love this format! Yesss moreee

I've lost track of you guys for a while but I had to write and say I LOVED this video. Your conversations with the locals really add a lot to getting the feel of the place. Pictures are good for atmosphere but to get the true vibe of a place hearing the voices of her people, that is the BEST. Thanks!

I, like everyone else it seems, love the longer videos! Then again, I love basically everything you guys do. Much love

Yes we love long videos

Wait.. at 16:35 isnt that the musician celebrity Shalom Shabati?

I was sooo scared for you

I am an teenage Israeli girl, Jewish and religious, and soon I will be joining the army! I am so happy and grateful for that and I can't wait to serve my country !!

I was literally crying when the girl at 15:00 spoke bcs i share the same point of view and although in my country every one doesn't like jews and Israelis and i m not allowed to visit it. I feel so sad and upset of those fucking politicians

Appreciated this video more than any other in the past.

The pink-haired girl just confirmed what i always thought about Israel's mindset "Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and unto God the things that are God's". Definitely down to see more of this format

Damn tchektchouka is my go to meal.. it's from Maghreb though

Damon, i love you, really. But THOSE SUNGLASSES MUST GO 0:56

If both sides want to enjoy their life in peace, then why can’t Isreali’s do it on their BY THE UN DEFINED side of the border.

which border is that exactly?

Why I didn’t see you

the classic "come to brazil" lol

This long format is really nice. The rythm is a bit slower and deeper. Like it!

It’d be so awesome if you and Jo came to Riyadh, SA. I’m from America but I live here. I’d love to show you guys how wrong of an image people have of this place around the world.

Cornflower = corn starch

Haha I just found you guys and I'm in love. Love your style, love your open-mindedness, and that you show your interaction with locals. Definitely going to continue watching you guys!

Please visite istanbul :(

israel is a wonderful place filled with amazing people. it is a horrible shame what its government will do, as well as what the palestine government is capable of. but i love that country, regardless.

This video makes me jealous beyond words. Soon I'll visit Israel myself. Also I'm excited about the upcoming videos dealing with more of the political stuff. I've been reading tons of stuff about Israel and the development of the conflict with the Palestinians and other surrounding countries like Iran for example. I personally think, the existence of Israel is an invaluable chance for so many people living in the Middle East to escape oppression. Also the historical necessity for a Jewish state to exist is in my opinion unnegotiable. Israel is the only nation on earth that has succeeded to protect Jewish lives from prosecution and death for 70 consecutive years. That alone makes Israel indispensable.

You are very funny!!! LOL.

sadly you haven't been to a real party in TLV. next time check out atraf.co.il for parties. then you'll see all those hot shirtless guys...

This was awesome! So interesting and insightful. Thanks Damon!

peep the alma mater sweater in the back at 17:59

wow..makes friends so easy loool

The people were really charming !

The dude was saying that thing was made from cornflour haha. Great video though, gained a new subscriber :)

Why does everyone who lives in L.A think, talk and act the same.

Omg i spit she said the american dream is to get out of america gurl how u KNO WHO spillt tea

Good Luck in North Korea!

Loved it so much. Keep doing those

Young israelis and young palestinians are pretty woke and get that this whole conflict is fucked. The people in power just don't want a resolution, they want to win.

"the American dream is to get out of America," that's the absolute truth.

I had no idea Israel was so cool!

Ameei, e n me importo com vídeos longos.

*I honestly love this longer format so much, and I’ve always wanted to visit Israel but these videos are definitely making me want to even more. Great documentary Damon* :)

*I live for the bartering clips in D + J videos man*

Why can’t they just share the land? Everyone would live in peace then

The day Damon and Jo break apart, I'm going to drown in my own tears

i would love to solo travel but school is really taking my time up and its really hard for me to find cheap flights

Do you keep a travel diary/ a diary in general? If so, how do you start it, get inspired to write in it and what do you even document in it?

everytime i start to be content with my nice little life in nyc, yall post a video that makes me wanna drop out of uni and backpack again!

I love this video!!!! and by the way, when u ate the sahlav, they meant to say cornstarch, in Israel we call it cornflour haha

I am so excited to see you west bank content❤️

The government do not always represent the consensus or fully reflect its people and population... Love it, so true. Let's travel, let's have fun, let's converse and learn

I have to add that I am a lesbian and live in Jerusalem and I love it, and have never felt any problems being open and out.

Hi! thank you for your video ! If you're interested by the Middle East, another city you should absolutely visit is Beirut, Lebanon! Open minded (and gay friendly) people, party everytime and very pride of their arab culture :)

that girl was literally the cutest omg we need more people like that!!!

shakshuka is not Israeli --"

You are not serving your country. You are making dumb people more powerfull and rich while ruining the life of a palestinian teenage girl.

But we say Charmilla.

I like your intention behind the vid and travel in general. Just wanted to say: please acknowledge your privilege (internally, if not already doing so). Sure, going into an occupying territory to learn about "both sides" (i hate this analogy as 2 sides are seen as equal despite this being occupying vs occupied) is arguably open-minded, but understand that as a White person your privilege is enabling you to seek info through the lens of the occupying power. You wouldn't be in apartheid South Africa, funding their regime, talking to Dutch colonisers about Black people, but then weigh the pros and cons of it. And you're granted the privilege to fund and explore a land that only enables you to exist there safely because of your Whiteness. It's not fair or ethical. I genuinely feel you have the best of intentions, but this seems quite White privilege-y/socially unaware thing to do. Genuinely no hate. But i feel you wouldve thought twice about this trip if you were a visible minority.

this is the nicest friggin comment section i have ever seen lmao ive never seen a video on israel and palestine with no conflict in the comments and im lovin it

5:54 I think he's saying corn flour

Nosssssa você ficou super afim do brasileiro hein Damon!! Já shipei, já pensou você vindo no Brasil todo ano? ❤️

Too bad I can't go there because I'm from ksa

I think he's saying cornflour

1000 shekels? OMG thats a scam lol. As an Israeli that thing is a fucking scam especially in Jaffa Market lel

I think that Israel is all about good people And by the way, you should visit other cities but Tel Aviv. It's so different in the rest of the country

omg damon arguing the price in the beginning made me uncomfortable....then i remembered how thats a normal thing in the rest of the world outside of the US hahaha just american tings

Subscribed !!! Only because your in Israel and your personality is greeeeat

A USA YT guy goes to Israel and finds in Israel a Brazilian guy that recognizes him from his YT channel. And you gonna tell me the world isn't small???

Found this vid in my feed. The place seems pretty cool. When all of Europe heads to Tel-Aviv in May, I'm sure it'll be lit. Nadav Guedj should definitely be the tour guide since he promised to do so back in 2015, Lol :'D for those who get what I'm sayin'.

go during the summer!!!! it never rains!

Does anyone know Gili's instagram (the girl with the pink hair)-- you know, for school of course

I think when he was talking about the sahlab (in Arabic that’s what it’s called- a lot of usraeli dishes are actually appropriated Palestinian/Arab dishes), he was saying “cornflour” so, milk, cream, and cornflour (to thicken it).

WOW ❤️

CORNFLOUR he's saying CORNFLOUR hahaha

Man, you are awesome! Israel is the best. I'm from israel and I follow your channel, I'm real glad you came here! [Although you should have brought joe(!!!)]. Any way, you should know that you have so mutch more beautiful places in here such as Tiberias, Eilat and so on and it's too bad you stayed in one place. And so is the food (in that case you've seen NOTHING..) When you are coming back here, make sure you wouldn't miss any of the real stuff here. By the way, the conflict and all of this it's just bullshit. It's safe here, I'm living here and I'm telling you, I feel totally safe. -Although the conflict hasn't been solved yet. What you see on the news can be terrified but in real life it's just fine. Any way, you guys are always welcome here. You are the best.

Does victor have Instagram? Asking for.... myself

That pink haired girl from the coffee shop is straight out of a YA romance book. She is the fresh breath of air, non-filtered, witty, manic pixie dream girl that I think we all either aspire to be or aspire to fall in love with. She seems like the carefree, clever, adventurous girl that you love but honestly also can be problematic at time and maybe attracts a lot of tragic situations and has a rough background that gets romanticized a lot in media but in all reality really sucks. Which probably makes her really smart and compassionate at some times, but also angry, and frustrated, and sad. I could be wrong, but I could be right too. She seems like a unique soul. I wanna meet her and know her and find out.

"Israel and Palestine" ISRAEL IS PALESTINE, dumbass. If you spent more time educating yourself instead of acting like a freak on those parades, you'd know that.

I think the guy was saying that the drink had corn flour in it

Just one to add smth: Gay Rights in Israel isn't real, they treat gay Palestinians horribly. Gay rights in Israel is just a ploy and an act to make liberals think they're 'the good people'

19:36 she is a absolutely right

לייק למי שקורה תגובה מישראל!

the sahlep you’ve drank/ate was a fake sahlep the real sahlep is just starch , milk and sugar topped with cinnamon or crushed nuts , but maybe because you’re in israel and everything is fake here non of this food belongs to them but it’s a fake version of arab or turkish food , although some may be better than the original versions

Man the people there are so nice!!! The video is too cute

Terrible video. You didn't even scratch the surface of the Israeli landscape and culture.

"The American dream is to get out of america" lolol true

Was cool to meet and talk to you Damon! I'm the guy at 10:05 :) By the way just to make it clear, Shpaggat isn't the worst party but it definitely isn't the best New Year's party and still is amazing, that was the more full version of my drunk speech :) cheers!

This video is why we call it Medinat Tel Aviv.

I like the polo top you wore at 8:15, I would love to know where I can get it? Bit cheeky but I love it

When you going to North Korea?

Well, these girls opinions doesn’t represent everyone. Even though it’s not fun going to the army (obviously it’s not supposed to) it is sooo important and even as a girl and we for 100% don’t need smaller army like what she even talking about. If we had smaller army Israel wouldn’t exist. Sooo... she is wrong and we have THE BEST army.

Love you from Israel!❤️ l Hope you enjoyed Tel Aviv:)

2:46 ahhhhh brasileiros estão em todo lugar

U should meet Hananya

..Israël =TERORIST

I live in Tel Aviv but I didn’t get to meet you because I was in the army the entire week :( please come again!!!!

Israel n’est pas un pays

Nice to meet you l from lsrael

welcome to lsrael

Awesome video Damon! i wish i would have ran into you :(

P.S. The thing the guy says when you're asking him about ingredients is corn flour. At least I'm pretty sure.

i cant wait to run into you or jo somewhere out in the world

we loveeee these longer videos... wow you snapped!

I fucking love Tel Aviv

Anthony Bourdain is dead. Long live Damon and Jo.

OMG!! it's a sahlab not sahlav also the Shakshoka are Palestinian food! they've steal the land but that's didn't enough them, they want also to steal the Palestinian culture!!

Love seeing all the interactions you had with all of the locals there.. that really is the best part about traveling! :)

Come Turkey next!!

It's Palestine omg not Israël

I feel the same way about her. She's inspired me to write a short story.

Not many people are, and the ones who are usually are happy about it because we are raised to believe it's really good and cool and what not. Most people who are, usually figure out in the military that they are either waisting their time or are actively hurting others, and a huge chunk of us can't wait to get out and be a fucking person for a minute. And some of us are like myself and are just bitter from before they even knew what their stats are Besides, when everyone knows that you'll end up 18 and than waist two to three years of your life, convincing yourself that this is good and you want it is easier then crying

+ליזה נורט Lol does not mean you have to be happy and gratefull about it.

+ⵜⴰⵏⵉⵔⵉ Taniri even if it's true, we have to serve by law so like,,,,,,,not too many choices, from an Israeli who serves

bruv, you look lonely af lol..wheres Jo?

four things i learnt from these three mini docs: 1. tel aviv is worth a visit! 2. now i know what palestine and israel are fighting about. i could have read it by myself, but as a mid european my mind wasn't that open for mid eastern things, shame on me. 3. i should talk more to natives when i'm travelling on my own and last but not least 4. i'd love to have a friend as sassy as damon.

dude you are editing keep getting better and better!

“Open minded”

Freaking love this format

Dude I loved this video! Longer please! This makes me want to go to Tel Aviv, and people seem really nice and easy going. (And your voice offs always make me laugh!)

I'm here for these longer videos! The interviews and hearing the views of average people is also really nice. Thanks for challenging the status quo!

Shuk

The jesus thing I'm dying

"The American dream is to get out of America." So freakin true.

Dr Shakshuka is a good place for Shakshuka in Tel Aviv!

Israel is very open minded person that's why the conflicts with muslims countries will never end

What a fool!

Sorry to tell you that what you thought that shakshuka and sahlav even arak are culture of israel is totally wrong because these are Arabic culture ,Israel is stealing Arabic culture especially food ,because how a "country" that is barely 70 year old would create culture from nothing ,and now they are claiming that shawerma is their traditional food! btw sahlav is called sahlab

Actually this video about israel made me sad ,because I supposed to be living there with my family ,I'm originally from Haifa but in 1948 israeli military took our houses and my grandparents were forced to move ,and now I have Jordanian nationality and I've never seen my town ,and now jews from different sites of the world are living there peacefully ,how fair is that :)

haha the greek guy accent !

Amei tanto esses dois documentários que passei dois dias pesquisando o pq do conflito, no que cada religião acredita, como as pessoas vivem e etc. Antes algo que eu via somente com tristeza ganhou um significado político pra mim. Lindo trabalho Damon!

I live in Tel aviv and i LOVED your video!! But to really get to know this city u have to hang out with someone from there (i guess like any city) hope you'll visit one day again! (Maybe in the gay parade !)

Cute

I didn’t know how to feel about the longer video but it was good. It was nice seeing the people’s perspectives. The pink haired girl was cool af. Now to see the rest of the long videos...catch up time.

THESE VIDEOS ARE SO NICE i love how it really feels i'm experiencing literally the ENTIRE trip with you

Damon and Jo, I am Jewish and Brazilian. I love you guys sooooooo much!!! Nice video.

It’s x amount in shekels divided by 3.7

3:51 that's actually true

WE ARE HERE FOR LONGER VIDEOS!!!!!!!!!

i LOVE these longer videos YES queens

00:41 *Gostei que teve aviso* no inicio, já tava imaginando o povo só falando disso nos comentários

05:47 "COUVE-FLOR" *??*

05:11 _"I really want to subscribe you"_ HAHAHH *esse será o xaveco do futuro*

I love the longer videos! :D

These Israelis stole everything about arabs

They all look like sims characters

Did he really tried to sell you the jacket for 1000 shekels??? That’s just rude

Hope to see u next in palestine

LONGER VIDS ARE AMAZING

gili was speaking some facts.

5:11 doesn't look appetizing?? That shit looks good AF! lol. Looks creamy and crunchy, like a yogurt parfait! And he was saying "corn flour" btw

Malabi = a dessert made of cornstarch (what they call in hebrew "cornflour")

this is awesome.

I visited Israel solo last year (I’m female) and fell in LOVE. What an AMAZING place. Also doesn’t help that literally everyone and everything is beautiful

PLEASE COME TO PAKISTAN THERE IS SO MUCH MORE THAN THE MEDIA SHOWS

It looks like you where so uncomfortable in a few moments haha when you were sitting there and eating your.. warm milk? it was funny to look at

It looked like you were*

I just want to point out that I've never seen this channel and I love it, this is what travelling should be looks like, is about meeting people, knowing thr culture, interact and be kind, but most important learn about the politicals, the conflict and the testimonies, just amazing!! I hope you could come to Colombia because is an amazing country and people wants the world know the real situation. So breve and aducating sections...

Nice! I'm going to Tel-Aviv in May!

8:24 you know Asad Avidan is also Israeli, right? Such a great song!

What she said about the rest of israel is a lie. Most of the people in israel are open minded. The difference between tel aviv and the other cities is like the difference between manhattan and long island.

"The American dream is to get out of America" check

ABSOLUTELY LOVING these mini documentaries of the places you're going :) It made me realized how uninformed I've been about the country and now I'm inspired me to visit and learn more from the locals. This is why I subscribed to this channel

Corn flour buddy

I have a crush on the pink-haired girl. This video was amazing, as always

These short docs you make are purely amazing! BRAVO!

Hello from Israel dude

22:36 this is so true

This kinda made me wanna learn hebrew... Damn

We LOVE the longer vidros!!!! I mean it’s harder to start watching them but they give much more joy!! Also if you decide to come to Turkey I’d love to recommend places and help at anything!!

the girl with the pink hair is like....everything!

I like how you film the interactions!

Absolutely LOVING this series btw !!!

Hey Damon~do some shirtless videos, especially there in the warm weather of Isreal as I have been there in 1993 and is my second home

Sims characters look like normal people, so...

No one is calling Araq or Shakshuka Israeli. It's middle eastern food. Araq is considered completely Arabic while Shakshuka was brought by Tunisian Jews who came to Israel.

No one was forced to move from Haifa. It's 11% Arabic. Your grandparents chose to believe the Arab leaders who said they'd annihilate Israel. Meanwhile, Jews were actually ethnically cleansed from the Arab world, which is why most of the Arab countries have practically no Jews today. They didn't whine though, they started their new lives in Israel and contributed to its thriving.

Am I the only one that thinks that's sounds exactly like Spanish sksjkssn

at 5:47 he's definitely saying corn flour, in the US its more commonly known as corn starch

I love these short films they are such a great slice into new places

מי ישראלי ?!?!?!?!??

I’m dying at 5:56 because all I heard was “COLOn-FLOW”

Lol you celebrating New Years on your own is a whole MOOD

i will advise to take the malbie with the rose syrup

Just binge watched all ur videos

brO I love u, you would make such a great friend!!!!

I'm really interested to see the black experience in israel

14:35 hila klein?

This longer video is GOLDEN! I don't think anyone has ever showed Tel Aviv as well as you did. I mean, HGTV showed some apartments on House Hunters International one time but that's it...

Please make a video describing the travel logistics of this trip ie crossing into Palestine!

LOVE THE LONG VIDEOS!!

I LOVE your mentality Damon, and am so enjoying seeing the way you visit places!!! Have fun!

C'est génial que tu réussisses à voyager dans des pays avec autant de tensions mais que tu te concentres sur les gens derrière tout ça ! Super format

"ani medaber anglit" means "i speak english" not "do you speak english"

"I really want to.... to subscribe you" things getting youtubely naughty

- Just find a girlfriend? - Yeaaah there's many, it's no problem for you HAHAHAHAHAHA

4 years living in Israel and never heard of sahlav... Gotta try now, even know the place they sell it...

the Jesus part LMAOOO

Just saw you on the California commercial, what what!

love this, so interesting

So I believe Damon should make a Euro-pop playlist~

A lot of israeli citizens are immigrants or second generation immigrants from other middle eastern countries. It's not really stealing it's just bringing their culture with them to a new country.

I rated this video so highly! The editing was beautiful and didn't get sloppy, even though there was more footage to work with. Plus I love seeing you guys head off on your own adventures!

What you're saying is right ,but these things have existed in the arabic culture even before israel existed ,before 70 years ,and israel doesnt have the right to call the culture of people who immigrate to israel as israeli culture because it's the culture of their original country

+Shaden Zarraq If Palestinians who didn't move were killed, how a fifth of Israeli citizens are Arabs (Muslims, Christian and Druze)? Those who left did so because they believed the Jews would be defeated and then they'd go back. Compare that to Arab countries which had substantial Jewish populations (Iraq, Syria, Egypt, etc) and now have none, even though they never do anything against their countries. Jerusalem has had a Jewish majority since the mid 19th century, and has constantly shifted between different religion majorities since the disastrous Bar Kokhba rebellion of the 2nd century AD.

+tFighterPilot Actually no, Palestinian were forced to move from their lands in 1948 and if anyone refused moving out they were killed ,this is history no one can deny it ,all of the world witnessed that war on palestine ,you can search and see ,and yesthere was jews in palestine but they were arab palestinians ,mostly were muslims and christians. No one can deny that before 1948 there was only palestine then israel decided to make their country on ours ,there's hundreds of photos that prove .If jews came to palestine peacfully no one would forbid them to live there ,but they didn't

we dont really use the jewish year, i dont even know what year it is in the jewish thing.

are you joking?

visit mainland china please~

There is no such thing as Palestine no Palestine exist before

You can get it from every hot drinks dispenser. Though tbh I haven't tried the real thing until last Friday, on a date (and I'm 31), so it's not like everyone in Israel have had it. The reason I wanted to try it out was actually because of this video.

The only thing they share is the accent.

+Shaden Zarraq Living in peace? Like the Jews of Hebron who lived there since time immortal and were massacred in 1929? Find me a single local Jew who was against the idea of a Jewish state. There was never a Palestinian nationality before the 1960s, certainly not in the 19th century. They didn't even speak the same language. So if they refused to move out they were killed, but if they accepted Israeli citizenship they kept their houses and their lives? How does that fit together? The Jews did build their own houses. In Petah Tikva, Rishon Letsion, Tel Aviv and the the many other villages, towns and cities which were built on barren land before a single Arab moved.

+tFighterPilot actually yes palestinians who refused to move out were killed but some of them accepted to have israeli citizenship to keep their houses .And yes of course there were palestinian jews before israel ,and some of them are against israel because they are originally palestinians ,and those jews who were living in palestine didn't ask for a country "israel" because they already have one ,making a country wasn't for making a country for jews but for taking a land ,because jews from all over the world can come to palestine and live there peacefully without taking others homes ,so why jews didn't come to palestine and live by building there own houses instead of taking others? if that happened everything would be different now ,none of millions of palestinians would be homeless and even I would be living in Haifa now

I think he was trying to say cornflour?

you said something about a "palestine" at the start what's "palestine"?

Please, there's no occupation in Judea & Samaria, at least use a neutral expression like "disputed" territories. Never existed any sovereign country in those areas (let alone """""Palestine"""""). Such immature young people talking badly about the military that protects Israel against a new holocaust, everyday, every second preventing terrist attacks against the civilians and tourists...

What and where is "Palestine"?

...and of course you had to bump into a Brazilian guy over there......man, those Brazilian are everywhere!! Yes, I am one of them. =)

lovely stuff! Thanks lots for sharing.

how is that we are not talking about Victor?

He's one of the most well educated ppl i ever saw on YouTube..

1000 sheqels for the coat! it's not worth more than 250-350 and probably less than that. if there is no price tag - always haggle! (and don't show interest right away in what you actually want, that's inviting outrageous price.)

That women with the pink hair knows what she is talking about!

factsss the government does not always represent its people !!!!1

If you are a part of the LGBTQ+ and you go to Israel go to tel aviv

I’ll be moving to Israel as soon as possible and this video just made me long for it even more

I really enjoyed your long videos in Israel and Palestine. In fact I wish you had made two long videos for each one you made. I've never thought about visiting the middle east, but you made it interesting and accessible in a way I never imagined. More please.

this area is not a conflict zone! it's all about a bunch of people try to occupy another country because of Britain.

they've taken many Arabic/Islamic culture and pretend it's their's like the chakchouka, it is 100% arabic, come one at least don't lie because History will never forgive u

it's called Palestine! why you always focus on "Israel", come on at least say that it's an occupied land; not referring here to politics but rather geo and religious fact. #free_Palestine @Palestine.

as a half palestinian, i actually really like these videos showing there’s always more to the story. of course i’m on palestine’s side but it is not logical to blame all israelis for their government. i’m also an american and i wouldn’t wanna be judged on our horrible politics so. but i really love you and jo and you never fail to make me laugh

Dude shaksuka is a jew dish get over yourself.

8:24 you know Asaf Avidan is also Israeli, right? Such a great song!

Damon is a lovely person who loves everyone

tFighterPilot it’s not because palestinians are christian too, however it’s lack of knowledge of the situation. the jews went through the holocaust which was awful so i understand why people find it bizarre that people don’t support israel however israel government and army not the people are occupying palestinian land sending them out of homes taking what’s theirs and killing them. i understand that their is extremists on our side too but those are a small population of us and we don’t accept them as part of us. israel is supported by zionists that want to rid the holy land of its palestinian population because they truly believe the holy land only belongs to jews. palestinians are actually descendants of ancient israelites who converted to christianity and islam and started speaking arabic. the jews are our semitic cousins so i personally believe that the holy land should be for both hebrew speaking and arabic speaking jew christian muslim atheist whatever we should live in peace and also acknowledge the history that we both belong to this land we both have historic ties.

+yousef al-tamimi And you agree that anti-Palestinianism is not Islamophobia

+tFighterPilot palestine as a whole no, but of course there are individual palestinians who contributed to making it worse . but just know that anti-zionism is not anti-semitism. zionism was founded on hateful intentions.

Do you acknoledge that the Palestinian Arabs share at least some of the blame?

+Hassan Amharrar Britain didn't bring anyone here. It tried to prevent Jews from immigrating even when the 1947 war has already started, sending those who tried to come to camps in Cyprus.

+tFighterPilot I Agree they lived there, but they were Palestinian orthodox jews not people from all around the world, when Britain wanted to end its occupation, it landed to a bunch of people who immigrated from all Europe who happen to be Jews,it promised them to build "A jewish nation" in the Middle east, on the Palestinian terretories.

Britain had nothing to do with it. Jews always lived in Israel, and started immigrating en masse during the Ottoman era.

Yup, she's a libertarian.

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+yousef al-tamimi A Zionist is an Israeli nationalist. I'm a Zionist. Being anti Zionist is ok if you're also ok with being anti any other kind of nationalism. That's absolutely untrue that the extremists are a minority which you don't accept. Your government pays money to terrorists according to how many Israelis they've murdered, and that's not even mentioning Hamas which was democratically ellected. I do agree that the solution is living together, but there's far too much hatred coming from the Arab side. 20% of Israeli citizens are Arabs and, all in all, there's peaceful coexistance here. My belief that this coexistance can be expanded to the west bank. As you said, many of the Palestinian Arabs are actually Jews who were converted. They need to embrace their original identity and become a part of this nation.

+Hassan Amharrar You're confusing two things here. The British promise came in 1917, while Britain was still fighting against the Ottomans for the land. By then many Jews have already settled here, and Jerusalem has had a continues Jewish majority for around 40 years (before that it kept changing). Later, as WW2 has started, the British have changed their minds and decided to give the entire land to the Arabs. That's when some Israeli militias have taken arms against the British occupiers, while others have joined to British army to fight the Nazis (my grandfather among them). Eventually the UN has decided on a two state solution. The Israelis were happy with the decision and the Arabs attacked because they thought they could wipe Israel of the map. This was their disaster, their nakba.

+tFighterPilot first off, I would like to thank you for having this conversation with me.I've read the history just like you, Britain when finished the occupation handed over the land to the few Jews coming from all around Europe in a lot of treties , It promised them that they'll have their own "home" on Palestinian land

+Hassan Amharrar Did you... did you even read anything that I wrote?

tFighterPilot i am so sorry to say this but this land is palestine’s . Thanks for ur time

+Hassan Amharrar I'm not British, I'm Israeli, as are my parents and grandparents, who were in Israel before WW2 even started. I know my history quite well.

tFighterPilot i totally disagree my friend, you are being tought the wrong version of history, everyone knows the jewish lobby is controlling british decisions esp in education that is why your version and some of our versions of history are damaged

Salut, tu parles français couramment?

+Hassan Amharrar That has nothing to do with agreement, it's about historical facts.

tFighterPilot I did, nothing personal just i dont agree with the zionest thinking nothing against jews

Lollll, why you americans don't negociate prices ? You could get those jeans for like 50 shekels.

@DamonAndJo I am a citizen of Israel and I still get harassed at the airport. It's not just you it's the strict security measures.

Things I loved from this video: -The older gentleman who burst out laughing after hearing the attempt at his language from Damon -The entire conversation with the girl with pink hair -Three Tinder dates going to the same bar but might not talk to any of them. SAME -Little blooper bit at the end in general

the guy at the beginning who said u were his favourite youtuber is super cute! What's his name?

factsss the government does not always represent its people !!!!

It's so fun seeing some one visiting in my homeland

Thank you for the 3 videos on your trip Very informative, interesting & fun to watch. I am also very interested to go to all 3 cities. Any advice on the best way to travel from Jerusalem to Palestine and back to Jerusalem without having passport held by the border or entry/exit stamps crossed out?

No such country nor people as palestine. They are Jordanian refugees that were not permitted reentry into Jordan after the 1967 war.

“Come to Brazil” iconic

All the signs in Israel are written in three languages: Hebrew, Arabic and English!

not all signs (like shops, buses, and not everywhere :p )

That's what it is in Hebrew

6 years

I really love this video. Especially as someone who relates more to one side of the story but in a Avery different way, I think there is a lot that can be explained in more depth and I would be totally up to explain it. But in all true honesty I very much appreciate the fact that Damon, you kept such an open mind and heart and tried not to take sides and were very open and fluid with your thoughts throughout. Especially in today’s society that something not all ppl are willing to do ESPECIALLY not for the whole world to see so I really love it. On another note, there are a lot of sides and definitions of explanations that I would interpret differently, questions I would give deeper answers to as well! Also keep in mind that Tel Aviv and Jerusalem are not the only two cities on Israel, while they might be the most popular. There is a lot more culture to be explored even in such a small piece of land.

And by the way the street signs are trilingual--Hebrew, English and Arabic.....

5:56 when they say corn flour, they mean cornstarch. they are also talking about rose water, which you eat with sahleb. lehitraot means "see you again"

VISIT CYPRUS PLEASE, NO ONE TALKS ABOUT MY COUNTRY AND ITS HISTORY

OMG 1000 SHEKELS IS SO OVERPRICED you could have probably get this in like 60 shekels

Lol the coat seller guy just went for the opportunity to sell you a 50 dollar max jacket in ~300$ only cause you're not an Israeli who probably would imminently bargain about the price dropping it below 35 dollars.

YOU WERE HERE

אל אל ישראל

"cornflour"

Most Israeli teens are excited to go to the army (as much as you can since it's mandatory), and feel proud to protect the country

Shakshouka is a traditional Tunisian meal

Israel is my favourite country in the world. It is probably the most diverse country in every way, that being said the perspectives you got were very tel avian. Can't wait to watch the rest!!!

Honey, this is Jaffa, not Tel Aviv. It’s like you visited New York, but instead of Manhattan you’ve been only in Brooklyn

it's funny how he said "bye" in Hebrew because he imitated that man's accent and he had a Russian accent so he said it with a Russian accent not an Israeli one xD

I'm an Israeli ... Do not make a fuss about the army! It's been almost a year and a half since the army has been there for almost three years. There are a lot of things in the army except fighting ... There are those who work in the kitchen. There are paramedics ... there are pharmacists ... there is a military band ... the secretaries ... the air force. There are a million and one things that are not fighting. I am very, very happy that you enjoyed!

Brazilians are everywhere! (as always)

Yes we count from the beginning of the world basically

Omg we are so friendly

You’re so brave for going to Israel solo, I live here and I would never go to Tel Aviv by myself haha

Corn flower

At the start of the video at the shop the man is trying to con you. You can negotiate the price

I am from israel ☺

The girl in the pink hair is what we call here "ungrateful spoiled brat". Not to be mean, but when you visit "jaffa" area of tel-aviv , you will encounter more of a "free spirit", "leftish" type of people - which is great because Tlv is built from all types of people and this is what makes it so cool. but Honestly, both the girls you interviewed which are lovely as persons - are holding opinions that barely 5% of the people in Israel share. To be honest, if you visit the center area of Tel Aviv - (Lets say Dizengoff center), than you'll find a differente style of people in terms of appearance, behavior and belives. Most people in israel are thankful for and honoring every soldier there is out there, our great parents served, our parents served, we served, our brothers and sisters have served, our children will sadly serve the country in the army - its like going to college in usa, its a stone mark you cross (although less fun than college no doubt). Now, whether your like it or not, 2-3 years in the army will take any spoiled kid from high school and turn him/her into a responsible adult. Its a place that will mold you with other people in the country that you would have never even cross eyes with - and turn them into your best friends. Its a place that will force you to watch the sunrise over the edges of our tiny country map in the middle of nature, after you haven't slept for way too long. Its a place that will teach you about our country's wisdom, perseverance and endless effort to protect our people 24/7 from this conflict. Yes, the army is not perfect - it has a lot of things to improve. but to say its a waste of time and that it should pay bigger salaries - (like the army is about money ...) this just shows how far off she is in terms of where the rest of the people in Israel stands. I hope that you read that just so you will understand to discover on a nuttsehll how complex and beautiful the society in Israel is. Just to be clear, while I think she is an ungreatful spoiled brat, I do not hate or wish anything bad to her. It just the way she precives life and I respect that - though sadly I will never agree with her. Thank you for visiting Tel Aviv this video was amazing. Hope to see you here again in Tel Aviv, this time visit the other side of it (Old North, which is where everyone hope to rent apt's when they move in :). Peace and Love from Israel.

Stumbled upon this video randomly and I have to say I have never seen a travel video about my country so that was strange for me, thank you for making it not just about the conflict but about the people and the culture. And you are such a nice guy! Subbed

You kept saying" i speak English?" Lol

16:30 that silver coin was 5 shekels. the rest were 0.5

2:27 100 shekels for a pair of pants in a market? sorry dude he really scammed you

16:00 lmao you didn't ask "do you speak english?" you asked "am I speaking english?"

Lmao he samming you

TEL AVIV IS THE BEST EVER!!! And the people of Tel Aviv are my absolute favourite, they are crazy, they always have something to say and they want to talk to everyone! I just want to move there some day and live my best life

1:46 1000 shekel hahahaha he want your money lol

I think he said cornflour at 5:58

8:30 ISRAELI SINGER

למה ישראלים לט יודעים אנגלית

הישראלים המסריחים בשוק 150 120

Can someone represent the country as it is? Please? It's the third blogger who does the same thing... It's NOT tel Aviv you're traveling there for fucks sake it's Jaffa and there is a HUGE DIFFERENCE between them even though they're close to each other

Damon pregaming by himself is such a mood

gold

Just to let you know that all these foods and drinks are arabic ones,they stole it and name it “israeli food”

1000 shekels???? It's like 250 dollars! They tried to rob you!

I just.. man, I love you

איך המוכר שיחק איתו.... מזל שהוא מבין שזה יותר מידי

You literally filmed my house hahaha

2:39 it's fine we say jesus all the time

Qual a chance de ter um brasileiro, num vídeo, de um norte americano, em Israel? Resposta: 100%.

You know that the jacket was not really 1000 shekels. The sailors on the market mass around with tourists if you were from Israel it will probably be 100 shekels

Your pronunciation for hebrew words is so funny

5:54 he meant cornstarch and he said rose water

13:52 it is VARY safe to be gay in Israel. Most places are safer than a lot of places in the US. The most dangerous places here for the community are the orthodox parts of Jerusalem, religious city's and the west bank and Arab villages. Persecution facing the community is mostly problems in ones own family and not the entire country and hate crimes are EXTREMELY rare. I say this as a bisexual trans guy with a very religious and excepting family and some very religious and excepting friends because I don't like it when people paint my country out to be a conservative bigoted shithole. We have our problems when it comes to lgbt people, but most people couldn't care less. Saying otherwise is like saying that the US is a dangerous people for lgbt people; you have your problems there, but that is a huge, unfair miss characterization of the people.

When I saw your face I was like: right, this guy is the one from those videos where he speaks flawless French and that girl who also speaks Portuguese. Cool video loved it

I'm telling you I hate Israeli sellers they are the scum of the earth I bought a hat one day and asked to pay less, he said one hat costs 50 so I asked can I pay 80 shekels for 2 hats and he agreed, I give the dude 100 skekels and wait for change he stands there and says to me I need to pay him 20 more because each hat costs 59 shekels mother fucker, I said I'll take the hats for a 100 and my friend yelled he'll give the rest of the money I couldn't shut him up after 3 days I came again to buy a different hat and asked the dude how much, he replied 70 I gave him 100 shekels and the fucker gives me 20 and says it's 79, I started Storming at the mother fucker it's 70 not 79 and after a minute he gave me the rest of the money then I told him if he's a real Jew he should stop lying because it's a sin and goodbye.

Lol he ripped you, those jeans are more like 50 at worst

חחחחחחח דפקו לו מחירים בחנות הראשונה. זונות

Hey! Israeli here. I am sorry to tell you but it seems like you were ripped off at the market and charged way too much for things.

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man please read this comment because its going to bllow your mind...the singer of rocking song you heard and you so loved is an israeli called asaf avidan the place you went to to eat the sachleav without ofence is a kind of a lazy one...how havent you ate humus??

Israel is a very diverse country and packed with many different places and people so I hope you will really get to see most of it. There is more than just what you saw in Tel Aviv

*Welcome to my country!*

Israel-palastine conflict doesn't exist because palastine isnt real

"Probably not the best place to be throwing around Jesus causally." I'm weak!

"אייני מידבר אינגלית"

8:23 it's a israeli singer sing this

אוווו הוא עקץ אותו ואמר לו שזה 1000 שקל

Welcome to Israel! Have a good time and pet the cats! Wait You didn't pet the cat ...>:C

Street signs are both in English and Hebrew... and many in Arabic too. Also, you don't need to ask in Hebrew if they speak English (although the entire time you were asking "I speak English?" Hehe). Most people speak English there

That gili girl you met omg she looks like a lot of funnnn and like she definitely knows her way around tel aviv, so cooolll

Merci merci merci. J'avais besoin ce video. Je souhaite que tu fasse un video ou tu parles en francais de l'Israel.

CORN FLOUR

THE MAN EXPLAINING WHAT’S IN THE SAHLAV SAID CREAM, MILK AND CORN FLOUR!!

i want to go!

עוד ישראלים שיושבים פה ומתים מצחוק?

When you asked what was in the sahlav, he was saying cornflour!! Haha

It may look like the people's English is bad but I promise, some of them has a good English

Free Palestine

6:47 I was like mmmm Israelis sound so much like greeks , she said he is greek and i was like oh...

+Nick NS it was an Arab seller actually. Could have been Jewish just as well. Or any other ethnicity, tourists traps are everywhere. You still are a racist piece of crap, after checking your profile.

They tried to jew him

Dude. If they think your American or a tourist they WILL rip you off

A shekel is just a quarter man

He told you there’s rose water in the drink

I went to Tel Aviv in 2018 for pride (from the UK) and I found your video fantastic and endearing. I'm so glad you had a good time, covered the markets, LGBT aspects and I completely agree about the people; they are stunningly beautiful.

It may look like the people's English is bad but I promise, some of them have a good English

yude beats thank you

Have good English*

+Nick NS I bet you don't know in person a single jew. It's much better life without hating strangers for fun. But do whatever you want, your life, your pain.

+Gal Raayoni Whatever you say shlomo, the kid got jewed.

Oh come on! That cat liked you! Be nice to the kitty, give them food and a bum pat.

Lmao you getting so cheated. Lmao it’s hilarious to see all the tourists get ripped of in the markets becuase y’all Americans haven’t bargained once in your life. 1000 shekel

This jeans should cost 20 shekel. Man you have to understand when people are fooling you. The jacket is 1000 shekels????? Seriously??? For me (Israeli citizen) he would have sold it in 50 shekels because I would have laughed if he told me that jacket coats 1000. It is very upsetting to see that those Arabs salesmen trying to fool tourists.

Your supposed to negotiate the price

funny enough, the whole passport (putting the stamps over enemy countries) kinda true when you go by car between countries in europe too, I used to travel almost every year from Sweden all the way down to Greece. Lot's of things happen, you don't forget it easily, especially in Macedonia which has tolls(?) everywhere, you literally drive 20 min between them and they always ask for "coffee money" or you won't get through. They must be drinking real expensive coffee lol (hope you people try ouzo if you haven't, just mix it with water)

מעניין אם לישראלי שגר לידך היית כ"כ נחמדה... הישראליות נהיות מסבירות פנים וחמודות פתאום כשהן מכירות תיירים אבל לישראלים...? מהעם שלהן ?? הן דיי סנוביות...

Cornflowr -corn starch

Ok in 6:30-40 i hear man talking in English with a Greek accent or am i wrong

1000 shekels איזה בן זונה תופס סיבוב על תיירים חחח

Loved the video ❤️

Not entirely true but there are some assholes ...

+Nick NS Jews are the most charitable people in the world...

7:00 I KNEW IT! THE GREEKLISH ACCENT ALL DAY LONG!!

Next time try to meet more people, not only the SJW ones.

I’m from Israel

im from israel and this was in my recommended

my first time watching a video of yours, love it! subscribed!!!

I LOVE ISRAEL THE BEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD.

Free Palestine

Kinggg

אלף שקל למעיל בשוק יפו?!! ניסו לעקוץ אותך אחי חחחח

Dude avoid the street shops, just go straight to the mall if you are looking for clothes. This girl 100 percent wrong, dont take a girl with pink hair that smoke a joint in front of you too serious.

It's called pinkwashing, look it up:) Isreal advertises itself as a queer heaven to come after Islam and justify an apartied against Palestinians. And I'm saying this as a queer person, don't applaud them.

First of all you’re funny as hell haha secondly the girl in the pink was wrong. It is very necessary for us to have a big army as we are surrounded by a lot of enemies. I served my 2 years and enjoyed it very much. Every is contributing something to the army no matter the job.

The thing that girl said about Arabic baffles me to. To my knowledge Arab schools teach Hebrew from 2nd grade while Hebrew schools from 5th at besttt with a very militant approach. This is something that definitely should change, how do people expect tensions to ease when I can barely understand my neighbours across the road.

איזה חמוד אתה אני ישראלית והבנתי מה שאמרת והאנשים כאן באמת נחמדים

13:47 I have no idea what she is talking about. All of Israel is safe for gay people The only place it might not be safe is the religious places

7:33 no body actually uses that calendar in Israel I’m from Israel and I don’t even know the month names

1000₪ mf tried to rip you of

Free your ass.. go sleep moron!!

+Skull Fucker חחחח רק היה מנסה לעשות לי את זה הייתי משתגע

+Temes בא לי לעשות טרול לבוא אליו במבטא אמריקאי ואז שיגיד לי אלף שקל ואז כל הכפר יונה שלי יוצא עליו

נכון איזה 1000 שקל בספק אם זה מגיע אפילו ל 200

Nick NS Thanks for your insight, I don’t speak racist

Eu amei esse video, mais videos longos por favooorrr

on 17:22 did he realy took 100 from you? damn? its cost only 10! lol..

1:46 he is an a**. that shit cost maybe 40 shekels.. and the pents that you paid for 100 shekels you could lower him to 50 easy. just say i can pay only 50 and then go out. he will stop you and sell you for that prise. in israeli markets you should bargain.

מי שישראלי שיעשה לייק

middle eastern culture he said ? middle eastern my ass most of them came from Europe and settled there and build a rogue Zionazi country

I'm in Jerusalem and I'm having shakshuka after watching your video !

Palentine?! No honey your'e wrong it is only ISRAEL

He was saying CORNFLOUR lmao, watching you not understand his accent was frustrating lool.

This is not a good example of Israel at all unfortunately.

There is no such thing as palestine but sure whatever floats your boat dude.

You should have gone to Sarona or Dizengoff or Bograshov Street, the vibe there is better, more.. "aesthetic" As someone who lives in Tel Aviv, she is a city with cool people and especially in the new center the vibe is really fun.

Looks like, instead of showing real Tel Aviv, you put up a compilation of all the dirt you could find in two days for this video. Either you do this on purpose, or you really don't know how to travel...

As an Israeli I’m having so much fun watching your videos great job as we say in Hebrew ahla=dope

Zionism is really everywhere, open your eyes people...

You meant Palestine

ממש איזה נוכל

Thank you for visiting

The one who was trying to sell you the coat for 1000 SHEKEL (I mean ..that was trying to rob you ) is actually an Arab from Jaffa, I guess the store was located in the market there?! (It seems like) . He is one of the Arabs that claim they are Palestinian and wants that Israel will be one day a Palestinian state.. so these are the people we need to deal with in Israel. this is their culture to bargain for everything! So a recommendation to anyone who visits Israel where there is Arab population around, Don't fall for a bargain! say how much you think to spend on something you like to buy, and if they don't agree, just walk away... It is never a pleasant experience to deal with them...And don't worry, You will never get this treatment from a Jewish citizen.

So you are not a cat guy... bye bye! I stopped watching from that point.

Carmel market in hebrew is shuk ha carmel

sahleb has milk and cornflour in it

"if your a girl your time would be wasted" I guess she was a secretary cause my cousin was a pilot

People, no need to feed the troll, just hover above his comment with the mouse, at the right side click on the 3 dots, choose "Report" and then "Hate speech or graphic violence", problem solved.

Omg- the guy from the market

A tip from an Israeli person: Always try to lower the price!! It's a thing here. It's a thing in many Asian countries, take China for example. This 1000 shekels jacket? You could get it for a hundred ;) Next time you go to the flea market, I advice you to find a nice local friend as a guild to entroduce you to the word of huggling. Don't be afraid to be rude!!

This girl from Tel Aviv is a scrub. She’s sadly representing her opinions. Not Israel. Ugh this video is sad. She seriously should just move to America. Clearly she’s more western.

Please skip who is right and who is wrong. From an a American viewpoint it’s not likely you will be accurate so it’s best to leave be what you don’t understand. 100 shekel is 27 bucks

מי שישראלי שיתן לייק

This has probably already been answered-- but when the sahlav guy was trying to tell you what it was made of he was most likely saying corn flour. (Corn starch)

הי אנחנו אחי כפר יונה!

מבטיח כן זה סתם איזה ג'קט מעפן

Sick fetish !!!

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