I could not care less or more for Israel. It does not interest me. Israel has never been an interest for me. What happens to Israel and the Middle-East interests me just as much as what happens in Ghana. It is not on my interest list. This does not mean to say that I am negative towards Israel, I am neutral, I have nothing positive to say about it either. I have no problem with Israel existing in the Middle-East. But at the same time I hate the Jewish (perhaps "Zionist" instead of "Jewish") attitude that Israel is innocent. Israel is not innocent and neither are the Arab neighbors, but just do not pretend Israel is always the good guy.
What has surprised me about Judaism and Israel is the negative correlation between one's religious observance and Zionism. It is counter-intuitive. One would imagine that the biggest Israel supporters are the most religious Jews, but this is exactly the opposite position. The more religious Jews get the more they are anti-Israel. The biggest supporters of Israel and the proud Zionists turn out being secular Jews. I guess I am an exception to the rule of being pro-Israel as a secular Jew, though this position has really to do with not giving an interest. Some Jews, like Rabbi Weiss, part of the Ultra-Orthodox movement, want Israel to be abolished.
I wanted to ask is where exactly does this negative correlation come from? Why are the most religious Jews anti-Israel while the secular Jews pro-Israel?