Just what Israeli kids don't need, a programme of Zionist indoctrination. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Michael UK
    • 15.02.11 | 21:04 (IST)

    "The Ministry of Education said Sa'ar "sees much significance in recognizing the historic roots of the State of Israel in the Land of Israel." Oh great, so Arab culture and heritage is going to be trampled metaphorically or even literally in a mad dash to claim Hebron for Zionism and ram that message into Jewish Israeli kids. That will really help reduce the 50 per cent of Israeli Jewish kids who already think israeli Arabs don't deserve the same rights as them. Why doesn't Sa'ar just go the whole way and start a proper Zionist youth movement? They could have blue shirts like the Israeli flag and like Spanish fascists. Then they can go and spray paint a few stars of David on Arab graves, like the settler kids do, and maybe beat up a few Arabs in the park, like that case recently in Tel Aviv.

    from the article: Education Minister proposes student trip to Hebron holy site
    First published 20:37 15.02.11 | Last updated 20:37 15.02.11
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