Mariboy, you have failed to prove your point. There are no morality police in Israel. The article is about a private ultra orthodox school, not a public religious school. A private school has the right to determine if a student will fit in and if her family meets the accepted level of observance the school wants. There other types of private religious schools with different standards, and of course, state secular and religious schools. No one is forced to go to a ultra-othodox school. For the record I am not ultra orthodox and my grand children and children go and went to non ultra orthodox schools. Different strokes for different schools. Thats democracy in action.
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from the article: Ultra-Orthodox school bars girl over her 'mother's immodesty'
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