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Re: “How a Little Jewish Day School in Durham Became Embroiled in an International Controversy

Frontpage magazine 'ultra conservative" ? Only to an ultra progressive. And what exactly do you mean that arguments of the parents' mirror those in FPM? FPM simply reported about the case, not drafted the arguments for the parents to presented in court.

The case is not about FPM but about Jewish parents not wanting to pay tuition for their children to be indoctrinated against Israel by school that hires rabid anti-Israel activists and has board members espousing anti-Israel views, while marketing themselves as espousing Jewsh values. It's not really complicated. If it was a store practicing false advertising and providing the product different than advertised you would support the demand for refund. Here, the school has engaged in false advertising and instead of giving a refund demands that parents keep on paying.
The school can hire whomever they want, but they should had made it clear to the parents their political anti-Israel leanings - one anti-Israel faculty member can be a fluke, two faculty members and a board member, that's a trend.

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Posted by NYgal on 06/06/2016 at 1:43 PM

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