Prove it!The majority of Israelis are either agnostics or atheists, just in case you didn't realize it yet.
a) A high percentage is NOT the majority.
b) Within Judaism, there is a likely interpretation that belief in a 'god' is not a necessity to still follow their observances. Hence, this does not negate the gang-mentality spurred by such coherence as group categorization. I.e., ethnicity vs. religious beliefs, in the end, it's still about Jews, as one. Roots are the same...which brings up the final point of why it still can be categorized as 'religious' in motivation...
c) Why pick Israel in the first place? What was the main reason behind picking Israel out of ALL the countries in the world to say that that would be their 'land'? Did the atheist jews suggest Madagascar but no one listened? (nah, can't be, as they're 'majority' so Madagascar would have won...oh..the conundrum....). THEY HAD ROOTS THERE, that was initially religiously motivated.
Prove it!The fanatical orthodox settlers you see in the medias represents barely 2% of Israeli population.
PROVE IT!While I'm not sure that Hamas militants represents only 2% of the entire Palestinian population, if you see what I mean...
* if you give such numbers, it means it's coming from raw data. It should be easy enough to falsify.