Israel Could Learn a Thing or Two From British Jewry

Prejudice is tearing apart the fabric of Israeli society, but, as I learned at the induction of the U.K.’s new chief rabbi last week, it need not be this way.

You can't trust Palestinians, they're our enemies. The refugees from Eritrea and Sudan have no loyalty, they just come here come to make money. Settlers and ultra-Orthodox Jews prefer their rabbis over the democratically-elected government. The Russians aren't really Jewish, and secular Jews are more interested in having a good time than building the country.