I agree with the article - Israelis now have three genuine political parties (not tribes or interest groups) that each represent a clear ideological position. They can make a real choice with some confidence that the product will do what it says on the label. But is that really such a revolution? It's a restructuring of politics but not of the state itself. I think the real big bang is if/when Israel becomes a real State. ie with a written constitution which clearly delinates the secular/religious divide. And total ownership of the Land of Israel by the State. At the moment the State of Israel looks like a leasehold retail business - the freehold to the premises is owned by a separate (but related) entity.
Yemen's Houthi rebels commit to peace plan in letter to UN chief, BBC reports (Haaretz)
from the article: Finally, Israelis have a real choice