Correct me if I am wrong, but no country may revoke citizenship to a person that was born in that country. That is unless said person relinquishes citizenship in question of her/his own volition(by taking another for instance). That rule applies to all countries in Europe and North America. I thought that was the case in the whole world, but now I am not so certain. If she was born in Israel, and her citizenship becomes void won't she become a person without country? How is it that Israeli citizens must fear for their citizenship, and that anyone - at a whim - may take it from them? If she broke the law put her in front of a court. You can't expel your citizens. It is against the law. But this is Israel we are taking about...
Law expanding definition of terrorist activity passes first Knesset reading (Haaretz)
from the article: Interior Minister seeks to strip Israeli Arab MK of citizenship