"As the Jewish scholars Ian Lustick and Simha Flapan have shown, far from working for an integrated society in which Jews and Arabs functioned as social and political equals, the Jews who founded Israel created a society in which Israeli Jews dominate ‘Israeli' Arabs, a separate and unequal society in which discrimination is part of the established social order."
Grubach cites Ian Lustick, Arabs in the Jewish State: Israel's Control of a National Minority (Austin, Tx., University of Texas Press, 1980); Sima Flapan, The Birth of Israel: Myths and Realities (New York, Pantheon Books, 1987) as a source for the above viewpoint.
"Jewish scholar Ian Lustick has pointed out that the Israeli military is by and large a segregated institution. Most Muslim Arabs, who constitute the overwhelming majority of Israeli Arab citizens, do not serve in the armed forces-they are not conscripted, nor are they permitted to volunteer for service. This has important social consequences. In Israel, participation in the armed services is a prerequisite to social advancement and mobility. Cut off from the military, they are cut off from access to one of the main avenues of social advancement."
Grubach cites Ian Lustick, Arabs in the Jewish State: Israel's Control of a National Minority (University of Texas Press, 1980), pp. 93-94 as a source for the above viewpoint.