Israel’s Religious Right and the Peace Process

It would be easy to describe the residents of the outpost of Amona as radicals...But what is disturbing about the settlers in Amona is not how distant they are from other Israelis, whether geographically or politically, but how connected. They are national-religious; that is to say, they are devout in their Judaism, but unlike many other religious Jews they believe equally fervently in the secular Zionist project.