By "antisemitism", you seem to mean, "anti-Jewish" sentiments, and, more specifically, "anti-Haredi" sentiments. This is not the same as antisemitism. Most residents of Ramat Aviv are themselves Jews, and would be persecuted as such by the Nazis and other real anti-semites. As for anti-Haredi sentiments, anyone who doesn't have them there's something terribly askew with them. The moment Israel has a constitution that guarantees secular people the right to live freely wherever they want to, including in neighborhoods/towns that are predominantly religious, AND as soon as there is an effective enforcement of such guarantees, THEN you could talk about anti-Jewish sentiments. In the meanwhile, the residents of Ramat Aviv are fighting for their freedom and civil liberties against dark forces that are anti-democratic, terrorist and have enormous political sway in Israeli politics.
Report: Palestinian, 18, killed in clashes with IDF in West Bank (Haaretz)
from the article: Anti-Semitism is rearing its head in Tel Aviv