Before the German even orders his beer, the Israeli approaches her while she keeps eyeing the German. ” Romina Rotem Moyal, of German-Italian descent, has dated both German and Israeli men until marrying her Israeli husband, who is of Libyan-Morrocan descent.
The German sulks over his first – and second – beer, until he gets the drunken courage to ask her why she keeps looking at him. “Israeli guys don’t need a drink or two before they have – how can I say it – the ‘nerve’ to just start a conversation with you,” she said.
But this fact can be sometimes interpreted as being “bossy”…
Israeli assertiveness could be a plus or minus, depending on the woman’s preference.
Eliana Stern, an observant immigrant from Germany of three years, prefers the subtle approach: “Secular Israeli men – and to a certain extent surprisingly also religious men – are often quite aggressive when it comes to ‘picking up’ women.
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Click here for online version (Jpost subscribers) Click here for PDF print version During last year’s jubilee celebrations of the Jerusalem-Berlin diplomatic relationship, much fanfare was made about economic cooperation, cultural exchanges and academic collaborations, but one topic went little discussed: German- Israeli romantic relations.