Ynetnews.com has a write up about a young Arab Israeli who wants to join the IDF and go to pilot school. It turns out that he has already learned to fly privately, and wants to use his skills to defend Israel.
This of course brings up some questions about dual loyalties.
My take on this is that the IDF should test him, and if he is indeed qualified (both physically and psychologically) then he should be given a chance.
This past summer we heard a lot about the supposed "dual loyalies" of the soldiers who serve in the Hesder program. The fears (and in some cases hope) of widespread refusal of orders did not become reality.
This Arab young man does not have to serve - he is volunteering. Let him have a chance.