What kind of surprising appetizers do they eat in Israel?

What kind of surprising appetizers do they eat in Israel?. 

Do you know what is exactly the beauty of Israeli cuisine?

Do you know what is exactly the beauty of Israeli cuisine? – The country’s diverse population means that foods from all over the world have become absolute staples in our kitchens.

Israel’s food scene reflects the diversity of its people

Falafel

Even though these protein-packed chickpea fritters are listed as one of Israel's national dishes, it is often suggested that falafel might have originated in Egypt, Lebanon, or Palestine. By the 1950s, to earn a living, Yemenite immigrants in Israel started making falafel in the streets, selling it wrapped in paper, which has eventually transformed this ancient dish into an early form of Israeli fast food.

Falafel is sold on street corners in every city and town in Israel. Some call it the "Israeli hamburger." Its popularity can be attributed in no small part to the Yemenite Jews who have brought a particularly tasty version onto the culinary scene. Students living on a meager budget consume full-portion falafels in whole pitas on the sidewalks as their noon "dinner."

Hummus

This internationally popular, beige-colored spread is traditionally made with mashed chickpeas, tahini sesame paste, lemon juice, and garlic. People across the world love hummus for its tangy flavor and the fact that it is filled with nutrients.

Like tahini, hummus was brought to Israel by Jews from Arab countries, though today it is everyone's favorite. It tastes best when eaten with fresh, warm pita bread.
Tehina is a thick dip with sesame seeds as its base. It is often used as a topping for falafel and other dishes.

Labneh

Creamy texture and mild flavor are the main attributes of labneh; a traditional Middle Eastern strained yogurt that is prepared with yogurt and salt. No strict guidelines are used to produce it; plain full-fat yogurt is mixed with salt and left to strain for twelve to twenty-four hours.

Moroccan cigars

Moroccan cigars or sigarim is a traditional dish originating from Morocco, but it's especially popular in Israel. The dish consists of phyllo pastry that's filled with ground lamb (or beef), onions, garlic, and a variety of spices such as cinnamon, cumin, coriander, and nutmeg.