I have a travel document issued by Israel, I don’t have an Israeli passport yet I’m a student in Romania and I have work/student residence permit, I traveled before to Schengen countries with no problem but never to France, I want to make sure that it’s okay also
You don't need a visa to enter France if you hold a Travel Document in Lieu of National Passport, and the travel document shows your citizenship as Israeli. This is the typical case if you are a recent immigrant to Israel.
The official French government visa site states you do not need a visa in this case. It is also shown in Timatic, the database which airlines use to verify passenger travel documents. When traveling with the Travel Docuument in Lieu of National Passport, you should tell airlines that you are an Israeli citizen.
If your travel document does not say "in Lieu of National Passport" on the cover, or shows a citizenship other than Israeli, then you need a visa.