According to The Daily Star:
Israel’s Supreme Court upheld a law preventing Palestinians married to Israeli Arabs from obtaining Israeli citizenship, a judicial official said on Wednesday. … In their ruling, the judges emphasised that they “recognise the right to family reunification, which respects human rights” but added that “this right must be limited to Israel.”
A Palestinian who is not a citizen of Israel, who is married to a Palestinian who is a citizen of Israel, will not be eligible for Israeli citizenship. It is not a far stretch, then, to assume that any non-Jewish spouses of non-Jewish Israelis (or perhaps even non-Jewish spouses of Jewish Israelis) will be denied Israeli citizenship. It is unsurprising, given the current trend in Israeli legislation and judicial rulings, that Jewish citizens are given more rights and preferences than non-Jewish citizens.