You seem to have misunderstood the meaning of bi-national as used in post 3. "Bi-national" refers to two cultures or two national peoples in one land. This is not the same as one equal citizenship. Though they "can" be. Canada maybe. Belgium possibly. Switzerland tenuously because Swiss see themselves as of various kinds of Swiss (German French language etc). The UK is moving towards it with a Scottish parliament. But Palestinian Arab Israelis who would rather be Palestinians of a unitary Palestine, are of an extra to Israel nationality aspiration. A bit like Austrians who wanted to be Germans? But as Rami says in post 60, Palestinian Arab Israelis can be Israeli by choice/acceptance.
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