What is the difference between a resident and a citizen of Israel? Posted on June 24, 2013

Both a resident and a citizen hold the same status and are entitled to the same rights except the right to vote in parliamentary elections and the right to hold an Israeli passport. Sometimes, residents of Israel who are not citizens choose not to become citizens because the state of origin requires them to give up their citizenship in order to obtain Israeli citizenship.

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