The Hebrew national and ethnical identity annuls the dependence on religious institutions, supporting and being supported by the principle that belief is the personal matter of the individual. The national identity includes all the citizens, regardless of their race, ethnicity, religion, etc. This national identity is the basis of the equalitarian civil state.
In all national states, the signification of citizenship is, first of all, national appurtenance, and, accordingly, in the Hebrew national state all its citizens are by definition Hebrew. The attitude towards all the citizens would be egalitarian, without taking into account their relative proportion in the state’s population from any aspect (ethnic, religious, etc.)