For the longest time, anything that had the slightest suspicion of believing in Jewish tradition was told to "wait for their turn". Seems the current crop of Yevseks in the leadership, are underproducing, and the Haredim are doin' what Jews have always been doin'. Like all doctrinaires, the Ultra-Secularists have defined a concept that by its nature is dynamic. Society changes, and if it means that Haredim comprose more of the population, they are part of Israeli society, and "by dedfintion", will likely affect the way Jews live in Israel, at least. The attempts to put them in a Ghetto, have failed.. Unfortunately, for the Ultra-Secularists, some aspects of the Jewish will be more traditionally Jewish.
First refugees travelling on Hungarian bus arrive at Austrian border (Reuters)
from the article: Do the ultra-Orthodox want to be integrated into Jewish Israeli life?