One's code of conduct with one's group members can be at great variance from that with outsiders. I am sure the religious children in Beit Romano and the casbah of Hebron do many fine mitzvot among themselves but they revert to somethig quite differenct when they vandalise Arab property, pull the veils off old women to mock them, kick old men or push over duchans in the suq. In such contexts, vandalism and violence seems to be a virtue. You forgot to mention that in your estimation of the secular youth of Tel Aviv.
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from the article: The ashes on the prophets' eyes