Parents fuming after youth movement books 'fun day' at amusement park that segregates Jews and Arabs
Parents say that sending kids to Superland amusement park could create impression that Bnei Akiva youth movement supports racism; Bnei Akiva chief says that while movement denounces discriminatory acts, it does not intend to boycott any organization.
Parents of teenagers from the Bnei Akiva youth movement are up in arms over the movement’s plan to hold an annual event at the Superland amusement park in Rishon Letzion, citing the park’s policy of segregation.
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