but when you get that what is going on is that these people are sensitive to their picture being taken, the camera is really bullying them. You may say they do not fit in the modern world, or they do not support the country in ways we would like. But this is no reason to bully them, or laugh at them by putting derogatory photos. There is also the journalistic ethical question: journalists are not supposed to influence reality, and it is obvious that if the camera wasn't there they would go normally.
Firebomb thrown during demonstration in northern Israeli town of Umm al Fahm (Haaretz)
from the article: This year in Uman: Hasids don 'veils' en route to Rabbi Nachman's tomb