Is there widespread discrimination against Muslims in Israel?
Inspired by a series of hidden camera reports exposing anti-Semitism, racism and other forms of prejudice in Europe and the US, Israeli filmmaker Corey Gil-Shuster decided to find out for himself.
Initially hampered by a lack of willing Muslim women volunteers to take part in the experiment, he spent 10 hours following Muslims throughout the Jewish state – from Haifa and Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and even the Gush Etzion bloc south of the capital – a "West Bank settlement," no less.
What did he find? Watch below:
It follows a similar experiment carried out by Christian Israeli activists in Haifa:
Compare that, say, with the responses Egyptian activists received walking through Egypt's capital, Cairo, dressed as a Jew: