Protest against imposing Israeli curriculum on Palestinian schools in East Jerusalem – Middle East Monitor
Families of Palestinian students at an al-Iman school in occupied Jerusalem organized a protest on Sunday against Israel’s imposition of a curriculum on Palestinian schools.
The family said in protest that the Israeli occupation was distorting Palestinian textbooks. “It erases the Palestinian identity from the Palestinian curriculum,” the family said.
At the same time, they held up a placard reading “We reject Israeli textbooks” during a protest organized in front of the Israeli municipality of Beit Hanina.
On July 28, Israeli Education Minister Yifat Shasha-Biton ordered the permanent removal of six al-Iman schools in East Jerusalem on the pretext that the curriculum contained “dangerous agitation” against the Israeli government and military. I have revoked my operating license.
Six schools will be granted conditional one-year licenses to modify their curriculum or lose their licenses altogether, according to the Israeli minister.
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The Israeli Municipality of Jerusalem reprinted Palestinian textbooks after removing everything related to Palestinian identity, including Nakbas, prisoners, Israeli invasions, and hints that East Jerusalem would be the capital of a future Palestinian state. increase.
Tarek Okosh, father of a Palestinian student, told protesters: child’s heart. ”
He added: this town. ”
Concluding his speech, he said:
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