A Christian secondary school in the Israeli-Arab city of Shfar’am held a “Legacy Day for the Palestinian People” this week which denied Israel’s on the right track to exist, the paper Makor Rishon has announced.
El Oscopia school, which has full control of its own schedule, set the day to the side keep going week on which understudies partook in a scope of occasions, including facilitating a Palestinian wedding, and preparing Arabic food.
Be that as it may, regardless of getting government financing, the day likewise included enemy of Israeli exercises, like empowering understudies to paint the Palestinian banner across a guide of the entire of Israel and the West Bank and Gaza, from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea. The word ‘Palestine’ was composed onto the guide in English lettering.
Additionally remembered for the occasion were drawings of “Handala,” a notable image of Palestinian rebellion made by Palestinian illustrator Naji al-Ali.
Nearby gathering individuals and political activists went to the occasion. Lobbyist Murad Hadad composed via web-based media that he “was unable to portray [his] fervor after we entered the school and saw the youngsters at the movement stations.”
One of the vital mainstays of “opposition” is to “sever to Arab legacy,” Hadad said, and expressed gratitude toward the school’s headteacher, Farouk Farhad for getting sorted out the day.
Three years prior, El Oscopia School was named as an extraordinary school by Israel’s Education Ministry “in the field of qualities, social and picking up,” as per Makor Rishon.
Zionist guard dog Im Tirtzu has approached the Ministry to make a quick move.
“It is unfathomable that an Israeli secondary school under the management of the Education Ministry is indoctrinating its understudies into believing that they are Palestinians and should despise Israel,” said Im Tirtzu CEO Matan Peleg.
“This peculiarity where Arab youth are being indoctrinated to go against the very country that they live in should end,” added Peleg. “We are approaching the Education Ministry to quickly make a move.”
The Ministry has remarked: “The matter is under survey.”