Minister of Education at INSS: Must promote co-existence in Israeli society

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January 29, 2014 14:21

 
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Minister of Education Rabbi Shai Piron addressed  the 7th annual INSS conference on "Security Challenges of the 21st Century" on Wednesday, stating that we need to, "promote co-existence between secular and religious, poor and rich, Jews and Arabs."

Piron explained that a lack of trust plagues Israeli society and must be addressed by the education system as well as politicians who "should stop lecturing about fear and threat."

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