Israel cuts funding for Christian schools

Natalya Mihailova | 01 June 2015
Hundreds of Israelis have staged a demonstration to express their resentment over the Tel Aviv regime’s education policies, and demand that both private Christian and public ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools recieve equal financial support.
Israel cuts funding for Christian schools
On Wednesday, students, parents and church members converged outside the Israeli Ministry of Education building to denounce Israeli authorities over slashing public funding for Christian schools and forcing them to integrate into Israel’s school system.
Protesters held banners reading “Christian Schools are not for sale” and “Christian Schools ask for equality.”
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