Hundreds of Israelis and Arabs protested together against the Jewish Nation-State Law in Tel Aviv on Saturday. Protesters carried banners demanding abolition of nation-state law and equality between Jewish and other those from other nationalities and religions in Israel. «We are here to call for equality, for full citizenship and equal rights on individual levels and on the rational level. We... Еще are here also to say «Netanyahu, you cannot decide to continue the occupation and to deny the rights of the Palestinians only by law,» said Aida Touma-Suleiman from the Joint List Party. The law declares Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people and permits the establishment of Jewish communities, allowing segregation by religion or nationality. The bill also instates Hebrew as Israel's official language, while sidelining Arabic to a 'unique status' and legally binding the Hebrew calendar as the official calendar.