Tolerance for them would increase with their service in the army or national service. There are plenty of problems, imperfections in Israel. But you take one at a time and go through the list. You just can't knock them all of at once! What would America have been like if it did not integrate public (and private) schools, workplaces and universities? Do you think that it would have made the progress it did toward race being less of an issue? If the direction you want to head is a shared burden overall and a unified society, then you integrate. All your complaints are valid. As is this additional complaint, that a big group of Jews does not serve in Israel's army, nor do they integrate in other ways. That's the item on the list right now. Good luck on the other items too.
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
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