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Radical Teachers Push Children’s Books on ‘Palestine’

Jay Wye Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 3:24 PM
One can rightfully say that the West Bank is occupied and Gaza blockaded because those lands were and are used in wars of aggression against Israel. Same as the Golan,but Israel outright annexed the Golan. It's entirely reasonable that the State of Israel insure that those ungoverned,lawless lands not be used for further attacks. When the territories develop a working,in-control government that signs a peace treaty with Israel,then Israel will leave them. But HAMAS is expressly pledged to destroy Israel,and they are the "legitimate government" of the ungoverned lands. they allow attacks to be made upon Israel.
Bondman60 Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 12:55 PM
The "West Bank" was never part of any sovereign nation based in the Land of Israel. Judea and Samaria are, rather, the very heart of the ancestral Jewish Homeland. Israel, and honest observbers, refer to the West Bank as "disputed territory."

The radical teachers group Rethinking Schools published an article in its Winter 2012-2013 magazine titled, “Books About Contemporary Palestine for Children,” reported.

Before you go any further, here’s a hint about the nature of these recommended books: The editors of Rethinking Schools are anti-Israel and see nothing wrong with Palestinian terrorist attacks against the people of that nation.

The article’s author, San Jose State University Professor of Education Katharine Davies Samway, starts off by explaining how she volunteered to work in a booth at a recent local festival that was dedicated to drawing attention to “the impact...