"The Haredim share a common plight with Israel ’s Arab population:
Both communities face increasing police harassment, discrimination,
religious persecution and rising levels of poverty. A Haredim-Arab
alliance would unite 30% of the population against a common secular
militarist and plutocratic enemy. Farfetched as it seems on the
subjective level, there are objective historical and structural
processes which are driving the two groups together.
It is one of the great ironies of history that the world’s modern
secular anti-imperialist movements should find their most consequential
allies among Israel ’s most traditional and deeply religious movement."