So I can look up some quick background information:
https://www.cnn.com/2021/06/14/opinions/israel-coalition-mansour-abbas-david/index.html – (Opinion article, but good) The Arab party was the kingmaker in a coalition where the new prime minister is an outspoken supporter of West Bank settlers, receiving economic concessions in return.
https://www.nytimes.com/live/2021/06/13/world/israel-knesset-bennett-lapid-netanyahu – There was one abstention in the Israeli Senate on the 60-59 vote to oust Netanyahu. Officially, this is a vote of confidence for the new government, but the coalition came with a clear goal of getting Netanyahu out of power, hence my formulation.
Questions for Israelis/those who are intimately familiar with Israeli politics:
How polarizing is Israeli society? How stable is this government or any anti-Yahoo government in the future?
What are your views on foreign policy/the ability to form a coherent policy for an Israeli government with an Arab party as a cornerstone?
Questions for the rest r / geopolitics:
Given foreign policy developments in Israel (rapprochement with Saudi Arabia due to mutual opposition to Iran), what is the impact of a more neutral/paralyzed Israeli policy on the future of the Near East/Middle East?