Hight Court speaks out against Emmauel school parents

By JONAH MANDEL
June 15, 2010 11:35

 
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The High Court of Justice on Tuesday strongly spoke out against the continued insistence of parents from Emmanuel to ignore its ruling, according to which the girls that belonged to the Hassidic track must return to the Beit Ya'akov school.

"I don't know of any legal duty for court rulings to receive the approval of some rabbi or another; I'm terrified by the fact that a rabbi instructs his community to act against a court verdict," head of the panel Justice Edmund Levy said.

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