Recently, the Israeli Knesset passed a bill: according to Netanyahu and his coalition, affirming Israeli statehood; according to its detractors, promoting segregation and discrimination.
Some on social media claimed that pictures of members of the Knesset supporting the bill showed only white men, indicating the support base of the bill. This is reminiscent of similar statements about photos of other politicians signing bills, e.g. Trump.
If I had to guess, I'd say that the presence of Ultra-Orthodox members voting for the bill (none are female) might reduce the percentage of women Knesset members in support, and certainly I'd expect the strong opposition from Arab politicians to change the ethnic breakdown. But I'm not sure.
What was the percentage of female and non-white1 Knesset menbers voting for the statehood bill, and how does that compare to the Knesset as a whole?
1: I'm aware that this is a tricky thing to define, and that Israeli and Palestinan perceptions might differ from those of most Americans.