The outcome of the author's experience confirms that what our societies need is to institutionalize and instill the concept of the “National State”. We must carry out this process in a nuanced and unprecedented meaning, and move beyond the conventional idea of the nation-state as manifested in the West. The National State is the “State of Citizenship”, the State of a legal or social contract between Man and the State; the State that serves its people and realizes their ambitions and aspirations regardless of their background and the State that rules by law.
It is the State where the law governs all its acts with the citizens and where all are equal before the law. It is the State that truly believes that pluralism is a source of strength and that coexistence is a source of inspiration to all who live on its soil. It is a State of neither a particular race, sect, cult nor an ethnic group. It is not a State of a given superior human race over others. As the State of Citizenship and rule of law, it is not at all the State of nationalistic and/ or racist people.