Laloum threatens Yishai over school discrimination

By JONAH MANDEL
December 1, 2010 22:39

 
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The driving force behind the Emmanuel school High Court of Justice petition is threatening the Shas Interior Minister with another legal intervention, if the latter does not keep his word and take concrete actions to put an end to racial discrimination at haredi schools.

In a letter Wednesday, Yoav Laloum reminded Interior Minister Eli Yishai (Shas) of his recent commitment to form a rabbinical committee that will oversee and regulate the acceptance of girls to high schools, one of the resolutions following the Emmanual affair.

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