That's really where I disagree with the multicultural philosophy - it presumes that all cultures are special and equally valid - which I don't believe that they are.
Both America and Israel are special - we are just about the only countries that you can voluntarily join. The conditions for membership are, in the case of Israel, that you be historically Jewish. Any color is acceptable, as long as you share the religion.
Now, they also give FULL citizenship to the Arabs that have inhabited Israel in the past - which the "Palestinians" did NOT. Those non-Israelis self-identified as Jordanian, or Syrian, or some other Arabic country prior to Israel's founding. Only after Arafat and others decided to make an issue of the "plight" of those landless people did they begin calling themselves "Palestinians".
I'm pro-Israel. I think it's rank anti-Semitism to twist oneself into knots to find some way to ignore their perfectly valid claim to the land.
The "two-state solution" is a disguised Final Solution. If Israel is not the only valid state, it will be destroyed, along with as many Jews as their enemies can manage. While Israel has always given full rights to its Muslim, Christian, and other minorities, it is the ONLY country in the Mideast to do so. In every other Mideast country, you not only have no rights if not Muslim, it better be the "right" kind of Muslim (Sunni, Shi'ite, or other). Only one kind allowed in any country.