Can it allow, as some say for all the Arabs to be expelled, especially if they experience population growth? Does it mean that Christian and Muslim institutions can be closed as incompatible or just because they aren't Jewish? The whole issue is new in the last two years; before it was only recognizing Israel and the Israeli right to exist. This adds a new undefined twist. Some may have noticed that now the Palestinians are talking about having a non-Jewish State, possible without Jews present. Is this possibly related to the new Netanyahu, Jewish State requirement? Nobody likes equivalence, but the lack of symmetry and lack of equality and lack of simple justice for the two sides equally is noticeable. Likud and the majority of the parties in the current Israeli coalition deny overtly or covertly, the Palestinian right to a state. Except for calling for extermination, is there a lot of difference otherwise? At some point, the "yes. but" argument has to end. If killing is justified, it has to justified equally. If existence is justified, it has to be justified for both sides.
Bennett, Deri expected to resign from Knesset, remain in cabinet under new 'Norwegian Law’ (Haaretz)