Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is not a state of all its citizens

PM has been accused of demonising Israeli Arabs in lead-up to April election Benjamin Netanyahu has said Israel is not a state of all its citizens, in a reference to the countrys Arab population. In comments on Instagram, the prime minister went on to say all citizens, including Arabs, had equal rights, but he referred to a deeply controversial law passed last year declaring Israel the nation state of the Jewish people. Israel is not a state of all its citizens, he wrote in response to criticism from an Israeli actor, Rotem Sela. According to the basic nationality law we passed, Israel is the nation state of the Jewish people and only it. As you wrote, there is no problem …