Yes and if you visited Northern Ireland you would not notice any segregation either - people mix freely in the town centres and the workplaces. They only live seperately, socialise in their own areas; support their own sports; live in their own areas; attend different schools; vote differently; name their children differently; sometimes even disown their children when they marry across the sectarian divide. But no - there is no noticeable segregation. And all this I am writing about exists now even after the legalised discrimination that promoted this divide has ended.
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from the article: Segregation of Jews and Arabs in 2010 Israel is almost absolute