An individual also has the right to not enter such buildings or to walk away from such individuals. They do not have the right to impose their own views on others. This man had the right to walk away from the bus and ride another one if he was so offended by a woman sitting up front. He did not have the right to try to force this woman to do otherwise. Obviously he didn't have to go anywhere if he could block a bus' door for 30 minutes. Therefore HE is the one who made a scene. He chose to use this to impose his own views on others. She had every right to stand her ground against intimidation. According to your logic, woman should be banned from driving and going to school because those actions too might offend the Ultra-Orthodox.
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from the article: Israeli woman refuses ultra-Orthodox dictate to move to back of bus