Israel is a predominantly Jewish country, and so equally, the most prevalent religion there is Judaism. In this modern world where, fortunately, religious tolerance is widespread and observed in almost every country, Israel is not an exception.
The country accommodates other religions including Christianity, Islam, Druze, and Hinduism. Being Hindu in Israel is not a big deal, really. Just like all the other people having other religions, the Hindu people are treated equally, and even more, respected among the people.
The Hindu people in Israel however are not of a very significant number and make up small communities of about a thousand members per community. They are actually made up of businessmen and their families, or representatives of the International Society for their cause.
The Hindu culture in Israel is flourishing day by day and the people of Israel do not have much problem accomodating that, or living with any other people from other religions for that matter.