Taking youth to demonstrate can turn them antisemitic - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Gilad144
    • 28.12.11 | 09:12 (IST)

    Those dragging young kids to the demonstrations could be making a huge mistake. Unless these same kids can effectively argue the case for both sides, FOR BOTH SIDES, traumatic events at such demonstrations themselves, without the proper preparation of the kids before hand, can turn vulnerable kids into a form of anti-Semite. Yes, and I stand behind this statement. If you are ready to take a young teenager to a demonstration, make sure that same has a full command of the issues. Otherwise this is active indoctrination and this must be rejected.

    from the article: Religious extremists threaten democracy in Israel
    First published 01:50 28.12.11 | Last updated 01:50 28.12.11
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