Israeli Society Redefined By Immigrants, Various Religions (VIDEO)

03/08/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • WorldFocus

Israel is commonly referred to as the Jewish state, but the label may not capture Israel's rapidly changing demographics. A wave of immigration over the past few decades has created ethnic and religious diversity. Also, some 20 percent of Israelis are Muslims, Christians and other minorities.

Worldfocus special correspondent Michael Greenspan and producers Yuval Lion and Ara Ayer explore Israel's melting pot.

Take a walk down Tel Aviv's most diverse street.

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