Where the future lies, only God and the psychics know for sure. But a recent Haaretz article stated that around 30% of Israelis are "orthodox." And even if the real number is lower, Bnei Brak; Geulah, Meah Shearim, Sanhedriya, Har Nof, and many other neighborhoods in Jerusalem; Ramat Bet Shemesh; Rehovot; Safed; and many other towns and cities have large orthodox communities. And the "Orthodox" are the fastest growing segment of Israeli society.
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from the article: Policy planning institute: Future of Jewish people is not assured