Davis answered by saying that although Palestinian anti-Semitism does exist, it is a marginal phenomenon, while anti-Arab sentiment among Israelis is a mainstream phenomenon.
Many people openly resented the fact that most Arab citizens of the state don’t perform military service and argued that Arabs should only have equal rights if they are held to the same responsibilities as Jews.
“What’s more important: that Israel be a Jewish state or a democratic state?”
“What do you think about the settlers? Are they an impediment to peace?”
The data we gathered substantiates the idea that anti-Arab sentiment is a mainstream phenomenon in Israel.