#30 To Said who thinks he is Greek - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Hastaroth
    • 04.10.07 | 09:29 (IST)

    First,I doubt that,with a name like yours,you can be Greek. Second,I have greatly benefited from the Greek educational system.In contrast with you,who,as it appears,have not. The article clearly implies that there is lack of classrooms in Arabic schools in Jerusalem.And it ends with "A country that builds schools for children from one group and not from another is an apartheid state." But why is there a need for Arabic schools for the Israeli Arabs (who even themselves identify as "Palestinians")?Because these people do NOT want to be educated in schools where Hebrew is spoken.Thus,they themselves insist in being segregated.If they had wanted to be taught in Hebrew,there surely would have been place for them,just as there was place for me (I am a Jew,therefore a minority in Greece) in a school where I was taught in Greek,not in Hebrew. Now tell me,do the "white Americans" build special schools for Indians?Or for Spaniards?or for Italians?Of course no!

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    First published 00:00 03.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 03.10.07
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