Rather than exploring possible coalitions, we might want to pay attention to Sivan Rahav-Meir. On the night of the election results, she raised a deeper question about Israeli society. She suggests the sharply divided election results that Israelis provided are a sad yet precise mirror of Israeli society itself.
Bearing in mind progressives cannot have both, would it be right for them to support a secular non-orthodox government in Israel that is right-wing? Or would it be right to oppose it?