In every sector there are factions that divide out as points of view on similar subjects. Often enough one side feels that one of the actions that someone within the sector is not playing by the rules. Yes, Virginia, the Traditional-Religious sector has its divisions and each division has its points of view. That the leader of on division speaks up against the other is absolutiely normal. I have yet to see an item where the "other side" is portrayed as divisive and scrappy, though I am sure it happens. The trouble is that Secularists like to keep those divisions under wraps and show how . . . the religious sector is rife with in-fighting. It happens all the time everywhere, under the radar, so . . .
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
from the article: Rift between religious factions deepens at ceremony for new chief rabbi