Whereas Muslims demand Islamic law apply to non-Muslims, Judaism has no parallel. Jewish law applies only to Jews.
In Israel, the minority communities can apply their own religious laws to their own communities.
The proposed Basic Law is a continuation of the terms of the League Of Nations Mandate in which it is made clear only Jews have political rights but nothing may be done that could prejudice the individual rights enjoyed by non-Jews.
British Palestine was intended to become a Jewish country in every aspect of the word. Of course, it made the Balfour Declaration part of international law, recognizing the Jewish right to national self-determination.
In the Basic Law approved by the Israeli Cabinet, all this is consolidated in a fundamental law of the state that entrenches the essence of the Zionist vision: that Israel is the Jewish State and the nation-state of the Jewish people.
Every country in the word has similar principles about a national homeland. Israel is seeking to make the principles that led to its founding part of the highest law of the state. And the Zionist majority wants Israel to be the Jewish State.