Irontruth: its not factually incorrect, its a matter of differing opinion. Meatrace (and I) consider the palastinian territories to be part of israel. Israel controls the borders. Israel provides the funding for social services. Israel sets its foreign policy. Israel can override any decision it doesn't like through invasion. Israel builds and maintains roads in the area. Israel maintains checkpoints to keep palastinians off of some of those roads and out of the jewish control settlements. Israel decides how water is distributed. Israel provides passports (or rather doesn't) To say that this area is not Israel is sheer chicanery.
Israel is currently 75% Jewish with a population of 7,821,850, and about 25% arab.
1,955,462 arab citizens.
~4,000,000 people live in the palastinian territories. 83% of the population is Palestinian Arab, 17% are Jewish.
Total it up
The arab population is growing faster though. Its not quite meatspaces "half the population can't vote" but it IS a very large chunk of the population, enough to keep them out of real power. Israel needs to stop that from happening in order to maintain its Theocratic raison de etre