If you take the view that you can judge a person by his friends and / or that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, then having your daughter's wedding ended by police breaking up a fight is hardly a ringing endorsement for one of our Chief Rabbis.
This is the self same daughter whose previous boyfriend was kidnapped by the Rabbi's son, with the Rebbetzin's knowledge and beaten up, in the Rabbi's own house whilst the Rabbi himself slept.
This time round, it seems that a guest attacked a waiter having been provoked by the fact that said waiter was "an Arab".
If these are the type of people who our religious leaders choose to make friends with and this is the kind of example which is being set by our Chief Rabbis (Rabbi Amar's Ashkenazi counterpart Rabbi Metzger has a litany of complaints against him including, most recently, bribery), is it really any great wonder that religion is a turn off for many?
In days gone by, our leaders resigned over an illegal bank account. If Rabbi had any ideas of decency he would have resigned. The message that he has sent is not one that I recognise as being compatible with being a good Jew.