The Neutrei Karta are well known for their idiotic stunts which they perform in the name of what they think is Torah Judaism. Whether it's meeting and giving succour to Israel's enemies, participating in Holocaust denials, or just the usual burning of Israeli flags, it's clear this is a community of mentally unstable individuals whose hatred for their fellow Jews has consumed their rationality and turned them into bekisher-wearing primitives. Certainly any group that prefers Nazi imagery to Israeli symbols is in urgent need of injectable anti-psychotics.
And yet they are still called ultra-Orthodox. They are still perceived as fiercely, even violently religious and their barbarities excused as excesses due to their great passion for God and Torah.
This is false.
We are quick to condemn Rabbi Avi Weiss when he appoints a woman as a "rabbah". What a threat to Judaism that is! Are he and his group really still Orthodox? A shande. But when Neturei Karta authorities come out with this beauty...
One of the organizers of the ceremony in Jerusalem told Ynet, "We must keep in mind that Amalek's goal was to make the people of Israel sin and not necessarily kill them. Therefore, the true Amalek is Zionism and the State of Israel."
A few days before Purim Ynet reported that Neturei Karta had distributed flyers asserting that Nazi costumes and accessories are preferable to any costume which includes Zionist elements.
...then we must come out and ask the same question: Is this Orthodoxy?
I am going to give my answer clearly: No, these people are not Orthodox. Frankly, I don't know if they're even Jewish anymore, no matter how kosher their meat and how perfect their Torah scrolls. They have placed themselves as enemies of the Jewish people because the other 99.9% of us don't see things their way and have used violence and treason to accomplish their goals. They cannot be considered part of klal Yisrael. If one of them shows up in shul, is it appropriate to give them an aliyah? Even count them to the minyan?
I would say that if we're kicking anyone out of Orthodoxy, it should be them.