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Internal Security: November 12, 2012

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A post in the “Physicians for Human Rights” facebook group says that a large police force entered the “Beer Kha’il” elementary school in the Bedouin village of Beer Hadaj, fired rubber bullets and tear gas, and arrested students.  A senior physician at Soroka Hospital in Beer Sheva said that a bus filled with at least 20 children arrived at the hospital’s children’s intensive care unit, where they were treated for tear gas inhalation.  According to reports by the “Negev Coexistence Forum for Civil Equality”, those injured during the incident include a pregnant woman, a child with a broken arm, and another with an eye injury.  13 people were arrested during the raid, including several children. (+972mag.com)

(Hebrew – Facebook)

Political: February 3, 2012

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A recent Ministry of Education questionnaire distributed recently at elementary schools contains questions about the degree of the students’ belief in God.  The questionnaire states that affinity to religion could cure disease and improve quality of life.  When approached for a comment, the Ministry replied that the questionnaire has been removed from circulation.

(Hebrew)

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February 3rd, 2012 at 11:16 pm