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    • naftali reich
    • 16.06.10 | 22:30 (IDT)

    This will be like Tienanmen square! Why cant a religious minority educate their children as they wish. This has nothing to do with racism. Sephardi kids are welcome at the school if they adhere to the religious guidelines! Racism was picked up by te petioners and grabbed by the New Israel Fund that funded the suit simply as a way to bash the religious way of life. Typical Israeli intransigence and lack of diplomatic savvy... The high Court should not have accepted the petition. They are fanning the flames of a painful unnecessary religious civil war!

    from the article: Netanyahu urges restraint in segregated West Bank school row
    First published 18:47 16.06.10 | Last updated 21:05 16.06.10
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