In the last decades, the human rights discourse concerning the Israeli-Palestinian question distinguishes between two Israeli legal systems, one that applies only within the Green Line, and the other that applies in the 1967 Occupied Territories. In July 2018, the Israeli parliament passed the Basic Law: The Nation State of the Jewish People. This Basic Law provides that the “Land of Israel” (historic Palestine) is the historical homeland of the Jewish people, and that the right of self-determination in the State of Israel is only for the Jewish people. In addition it provides that the State of Israel must promote Jewish settlement. This law constitutes the constitutional identity of the Israeli legal regime. My presentation will refer to the constitutional implications of this law on the future of the two-state solution. I will argue that this law violates the right of self-determination of the Palestinian people based on the UN Charter, and that it opens a new legal discourse, which analyzes the Israeli legal regime as one regime that applies to all of the Palestinian people inside the Green Line and in the OTs.