"We've all been mistreated, I've been prosecuted, my family has been prosecuted in the past, but it doesn't give me an excuse to go and attack innocent people just because I'm angry," Idan expressed.
But just talking to someone and being friends with them, for me it is nonsense, to try to prevent you from having personal freedom
A staunch believer of world peace, Idan noted that the world has come a long way; education and exposure will not only make people more sensitive and open-minded but will also put an end to this "xenophobia", she shared.
"All we need is education, and I believe that one day when we all have better education and equal rights, then people will start promoting world peace. Maybe we'll all be one country, you never know," she concluded.
Sarah Idan doesn't know much about India but admits to having friends here.
"They are wonderful people, though I don't know much about India. I just know that they have poverty issue. And I sincerely hope that India continues to be open-minded and peace-promoting," Idan concluded.