Freedom of critical thinking - you should try it. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Aron
    • 14.04.13 | 14:43 (IDT)

    By having the students come up with propaganda to persecute Jews is by no way freedom of thinking. It is a practice in hate and an attempt to hurt the Jewish kids. If the teacher wants to stand on a soap box on a street corner and yell at people about this he can, but he cannot try to teach hate to kids.

    from the article: New York teacher suspended over Nazi simulation writing assignment
    First published 09:53 14.04.13 | Last updated 09:53 14.04.13
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