Unfortunately, the core of the problem is institutionalized racism. Arabs are inherently and by definition second class citizens in Israel. The national flag is not their flag, the national anthem is not their anthem. They are "granted" right that should be theirs as a matter of course. Education in Israel is segregated, probably more than in the old South Africa. So is housing and almost every other aspect of day to day life. There is no way to "educate the riff-raff" as long as the State itself remains an inherently racist entity.
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from the article: Let's face it: Israel has a racism problem
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