Classes to proceed as normal day after Jerusalem school set on fire

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November 30, 2014 06:19

 
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Classes will proceed as normal at the Max Rayne Hand in Hand School, which serves more than 600 Arab and Jewish pupils from throughout Jerusalem, one day after part of the school was set on fire and spray painted with racist graffiti, Israel Radio said Sunday.

The source of the blaze was found to be at the building’s preschool. The fire caused damage to one classroom.

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