The committee submitted its recommendations to Interior Minister Arye Deri, who is expected to consult with the mayors of the two cities before announcing a decision.
Ze'ev Degani, principal of Tel Aviv's Gymnasia Herzliya, may have intended to show the ministry and his pupils that he doesn’t yield to intimidation after officials appeal to him to cancel lecture.
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