Canada School Board Supports anti-Israel Novel

Novel written By Canadian author Anne Laurel Carter, 'The Shepherd’s Granddaughter' portrays Israelis soldiers and Jewish settlers negatively.

Canada’s largest school board has expressed support for a novel that portrays Israelis soldiers and Jewish settlers negatively.

Video clip shows Ashraf Abu Rahme bound and blindfolded before being shot with a rubber bullet by an IDF soldier, in Naalin on July 7, 2008.

The book at issue is “The Shepherd’s Granddaughter,“a 2008 novel for young adults by Canadian author Anne Laurel Carter, who once worked on an Israeli kibbutz. The book tells the tale of Amani, a Palestinian girl living in the West Bank who wants to follow in her grandfather’s footsteps and become a shepherd. She encounters violent Jewish settlers and Israeli soldiers, who poison some of Amani’s sheep, bulldoze her house, shoot and kill her dog, prevent her family from harvesting their olives, and beat and jail her father and uncle.

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