The march was attended by several Palestinian figures, including former MP Mohammad Barakeh, the chairman of the High Follow-up Committee for Arab Affairs, MP Jamal Zahalka, MP Masoud Ghanaim, and Chairman of the National Council of Arab Community Leaders Eva Illouz.
"Our activists documented the true face of the demonstration, which, under the guise of a rally for equality and against the Nationality Law, it is aimed at countering the very existence of the State of Israel - and it is supported by the New Israel Fund", Nissani said, adding, "Once again, we've exposed the true faces of Joint Arab List MKs, along with the heads of organizations supported by the NIF, who are supporting the demonstration against the State of Israel".
"The basis of the demonstration today is to direct a powerful message that the national law will be abolished", Ghanaim told the protesters.
On Saturday, a record number of Palestinians rallied in Tel Aviv after performing their evening prayers, chanting "We are not second class!" and carrying banners that read in both Arabic and Hebrew, "Nation-State Law - Official Apartheid".
The bill has been rejected by Palestinians and members of the global community, which has called the bill an apartheid law, because it recognizes the right to self-determination as an exclusive right for the country's Jewish majority, and downgrades the status of Arabic, from official language to "special status".
One clause downgrades the Arabic language from official to "special" standing.
Israel's Arab population comprises mainly descendants of the Palestinians who remained on their land after the 1948 war at the time of the creation of the modern state of Israel.
Amos Shoken, publisher of the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, was also present at the rally and urged Arab Israelis "not to despair" and to continue to mobilise against the controversial law.
She said she brought them to the rally "because their future is at stake".
It stipulates that "Israel is the historic homeland of the Jewish people and they have an exclusive right to national self-determination in it".
"I feel ashamed that after 70 years I have to accentuate my nationalism instead of being generous towards all those who live here", said Gila Zamir, 58, a Jewish Israeli from the Arab-Jewish city Haifa.
"Yesterday we received unequivocal evidence of defiance to the existence of Israel and the necessity of the Nation-State Law", Netanyahu said at a cabinet meeting on Sunday.
But Rozin insisted the approximately 30,000 Israelis who packed into downtown Tel Aviv on Saturday night were simply demanding equality, similar to the Druze-led protest against the law held at the city square a week earlier.
The government has argued the new law merely anchors the country's existing character, and that Israel's democratic nature and provisions for equality are already rooted in existing constitutional legislation. Rights groups and Jewish groups in the Diaspora have spoken against the legislation, as have the EU, Egypt and Israel's own president.
The Druze are ethnic Arab members of a religious minority that is an offshoot of Islam incorporating elements of other faiths. However, efforts by Netanyahu to appease the Druze community have so far failed.
Then, they suggested fixes including adding the popular film category. "Otherwise known as the white people's choice awards". Including past winners that are blockbuster films like Titanic and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King .
Lucky observers may see the occasional meteor sailing across the sky for several seconds, leaving behind a trail of glowing smoke. The meteors can appear anywhere in the sky, but they look the brightest against the darkest sky, which is straight up.
Ronaldo ended his nine-year stay in Madrid this summer after a historically dominant period at the club. But minutes later a huge swarm of fans invaded the pitch and the game was subsequently abandoned.
At the moment, the company's headquarters is situated in Niwot, Colorado in the United States, which is near to Denver. This growth was achieved despite the loss of about $22m due to operating fewer stores and business model changes.
But the veteran goalkeeper was grasping at fresh air when Sterling sashayed inside to lash home a shot from the edge of the box. Meanwhile, Arsenal are in a new era following the appointment of Unai Emery as well as several new signings this summer.
The total number of hours worked in July expanded 1.3 per cent, a slightly slower pace than the June reading of 1.4 per cent. It isn't expected to be earth shattering news as estimates suggest about 15,000 jobs were created last month.
Orcas, also called killer whales, are highly social, and this pod was spotted Friday afternoon near Vancouver, British Columbia. The mother is now surrounded by members of her clan, known as J pod, who stay to support her through the grieving process.
The Ghazni attack appears to be a well-orchestrated and high-profile challenge to the government and its USA supporters. A USA military spokesman said Sunday that American aircraft had conducted five airstrikes on Saturday and 10 on Sunday.
Broad propels England to victory over India
It now seemed further rain was India's best hope of avoiding a defeat that would leave them 2-0 down in this five-match series. Kohli, who did not field when India took the field at the start of play because of a stiff back, was in obvious discomfort.
Tiger Woods' PGA Championship arrival had the golf world shook
Woods occupies another larger group behind on eight-under, heading into an exciting final day of the final major of the year. And he made it look ever so easy, bludgeoning his drives massive distances and honing in on the pins with unerring accuracy.
Erdoğan urges Turks to sell dollars and euros to support lira
Turkey has accused Andrew Craig Brunson of spying and " committing crimes on behalf of terror groups without being a member". Trump's announcement saw the Turkish lira drop even further, crashing to a 19 percent daily loss against the greenback.
Canada asks for help in Saudi dispute
Analysts believe Saudi Arabia holds somewhere between $10 billion and $25 billion in Canadian currency. But uncertainty over the state of affairs between the two countries continued to hang over Ottawa .
Romanian police clash with anti-government protesters
Several police officers were hurt on Friday as some protesters threw bottles and police used tear gas and water cannon. State Department criticized the proposed changes to judicial legislation, saying they could derail the rule of law.
Champions City are impressive winners at Arsenal
He looked uncomfortable with the ball at his feet and seemed to suffer from a lack of confidence after conceding the opener. Three points earned in a tough fixture when City were never really put under enough pressure to threaten the clean sheet.