behind the confusing picture is one simple truth: the education policies were decided by extreme left agendae, - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Israeli
    • 07.09.10 | 19:45 (IDT)

    This goes for everything: "pupil rights" - total freedom and no punishments, no work - only learning when you feel like it, no memorizing - only "creativity", and concerning Israel: a post-Zionist agenda - the Jewish people has no right to live in Israel, this lands belongs to Palestinians, historical rights are totally irrelevant, depicting a total disdain for the Jewish religion, and so on. There is now a feeble attempt to change. It will probably fail. These left education clergy people follow their chief religious priests in Europe, mainly Great-Britain extreme left. Ultimately, our kids will pay the price that GB is no longer an empire, and some extreme left British thinkers still yearn to re-live the empire days at any cost. I bet they are reducing British educational system into shambles just like ours.

    from the article: Incorporating Judaism and Zionism into Israeli public schools
    First published 01:29 07.09.10 | Last updated 01:29 07.09.10
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