Let us imagine an ideal world as many Orthodox Jews see it -- where more liberal forms of Judaism simply cease to exist. They can either disappear through assimilation (the USA) or legislation (as is being proposed by this Rabbi Shafran). Would more liberal Jews,as he assumes, come "home" to Orthodoxy-- or would they simply refuse to consider themselves Jewish? What if some would see a very benevolent and loving Catholicism as preached by Pope Francis more to their liking? What about Buddhism? Orthodox Judaism, and specifically Haredi Judaism, is simply not very attractive to many non-Orthodox Jews, and this is an understatement, inside and outside Israel, and other more tolerant faiths might see a boom inside Israel as a result.
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from the article: Why non-Orthodox Judaism is a disaster for Israel