Ethiopians protest outside Petah Tikva school

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September 1, 2011 10:29

 
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Approximately 300 Ethiopian students and their parents demonstrated Thursday morning outside the Ner Etzion School in Petah Tikva.

They were upset that despite city provisions, the school, which they consider an "Ethiopian ghetto," was not closed and the children not integrated among other schools in the area.

The parents planned to demonstrate outside Petah Tikva city hall later on Thursday.

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