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  • 'Don’t you even dare to think about a Jewess': An assault on tolerance education

    Anti-miscegenation stickers plastered all over a mixed school are simply another manifestation of the state’s incessant attempt to police the borders of the dominant ethnic group so as to guarantee its purity. By Neve Gordon and Catherine Rottenberg This article was first published in The Nation on June 6, 2014. They came at night. When the principal arrived in the morning to open the school, there were scores of stickers covering the outside walls, the main entrance and the surrounding fence. The stickers, like the school’s motto, were bilingual, in Hebrew and in Arabic. In Hebrew they read, “Don’t you even…

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