Israeli Citizenship Open to All
Israel’s immigration laws, while aimed at facilitating Jewish immigration, do not discriminate against Non-Jews (unlike Saudi Arabia, which denies the right of immigration to Jews). Israel's Nationality Law relates to anyone wishing to settle in Israel, as well as those already residing or born there, regardless of race, religion, creed, sex or political beliefs. Gentiles wishing to settle in Israel may do so if they meet the requirements set forth in the Law of Entry to Israel (1952) and the Law of Citizenship (1952). These are similar to the naturalisation laws of other democratic countries.