but let's hope it's not as a generalized phenomenon that will impact negatively on every segment of Israeli society. With regards to either camps, the Orthodox and the right, to being undemocratic and attempting to legislate oppressive standards, its not what the founders of the nation intended. There are plenty of those within the older generations who'll clearly negate such exclusivity either camps wishes to hold on the rest of Israel. It's believed that the rational movements prevail over the irrational movements.
Israeli ambassador to U.K.: Elements of left 'in denial' about 'disease' of anti-Semitism (Haaretz)
from the article: Israel's rightist, religious camps mired in identity crisis