Rabbis with Different Opinions and Styles

Question: Why haven't the students of Maran (our Master) Ha-Rav Kook excommunicated Ha-Rav Ovadiah Yosef? How is it possible for this Rabbi to speak in such a degrading and base manner, speaking ill about the secular, disparaging the soldiers of Tzahal and cursing other Jews (i.e. – Yossi Sarid, may his name be blotted out)? Is this how a Rabbi speaks? And his honorable, Ha-Rav Aviner, quotes him in his books?!
Answer: If one does not accept the fundamental principle that human beings are occasionally complex, we would have to distinguish between good and bad individuals, between light and darkness. But this is not so. People are complex. Ha-Rav Ovadiah Yosef is a great Torah scholar? How do we know? Read his books and see his Torah scholarship in his incredible breadth of knowledge, in the depth of his understanding and in his power to decide Halachah. He is a great Torah scholar. At the same time, we are students of other Torah scholars in relation to the Land of Israel and in relation to the love of Israel. One must also notice that that every Torah scholar has his own style. There are Torah scholars with harsh styles and Torah scholars with gentle styles, but they are often saying the same thing in different ways. Therefore, even if we do not agree with a specific idea, we do not need to excommunicate anyone. Pirkei Avot (6:6) says that the Torah is acquired by means of forty-eight qualities, and one of them is "sharing his fellow's yoke," i.e. Torah scholar "A" must carry the yoke with Torah scholar "B" even though he has serious disagreement, even severe criticism, with part of the other's opinions or words. But there is agreement on 90% or 95%. One does not have to focus on the things which separate, but on what connects, which is greater – beyond measure – than what separates. In the future, Torah scholars will sit together in the main hall and decide the Halachah together. In the meantime, we are in the entrance way, and therefore we respect one another even though we do not agree. If a Torah scholar says something which is correct: accept the truth from the one who says it (Rambam, Shemoneh Perakim – Introduction to Pirkei Avot). Just because he says something incorrect in one area, I won't accept his opinion in another area when he speaks the truth?! In sum: We must increase love of all Torah scholars from all streams.