There is a dress code in almost every school in the world. If someone wants to join a Haredi school, their parents are expected to act like Haredi's. Otherwise they are in conflict with the Haedi religious principles. This is similiar to any religious school requirement. If the parents don't follow similiar customs, this creates problems for the school. Rabbi Yoav Lalum who claims the dress code is just a front for discrimination, does not explain how the girl was conditionallly admitted to the school. If the school discriminates, why did they give the girl a chance?? Clearly he is wrong in this case.
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