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...
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Poland wants punishments for use of 'Polish death camp' phrase (Reuters)
from the article: Interior Minister seeks to strip Israeli Arab MK of citizenship