Well, we already have a case of an Arab Israeli family that has tried to move into a Jewish neighborhood, but have been denied access by the town. They have won their case in the Supreme Court, but apparently implementation is slow in coming.
We already know that very few Jews live in Arab Israeli towns or villages.
But now we have a new twist on bias. It appears the Israeli government – yes, the very one giving Gazan Jews hundreds of thousands of dollars, great new lots to build their new homes, the ability to keep groups together, a new regional authority, etc. – has now consented to keep secular Jews outside of the Nitzan neighborhood being put together for the Gazan Jews who will be made to leave in the pullout.
No worries, as we all know, secular Israelis are not real Jews anyway and as long as they keep paying taxes and sending their boys to fight in the IDF, they serve their purpose.