Matt reminded me, in his comment on an earlier post, of
this very positive and encouraging Israeli TV report on Israeli Messianic Jews. It's in Hebrew with English subtitles, about 8 minutes long, and well worth watching. Some of the terminology is deliberately Hebraicized ("Yeshua", "Messianic" rather than "Christian" which has a whole range of unhelpful connotations in a Hebrew context, etc*) but the believers are thoroughly kosher (so to speak) in their doctrine and belief.
Perhaps the most striking feature is the portrayal of the ultra-Orthodox "antimissionaries" who have been persecuting the Messianic congregation in Arad (South of Israel) for the last four years - the dark and spooky music comes on when they are featured, rather than the MJs. Is this a sign of Israeli society becoming more open to the gospel and more sympathetic to those who bear Yeshua's name?
*The term "Yeshu" is used by the narrator on a couple of occasions - this is a derogatory Hebrew acrostic for Jesus, meaning "May his name and memory be blotted out". His proper Hebrew name is "Yeshua" which means "salvation".