High schools in the religious Amit school network will begin teaching a series of classes opposing "Price Tag" incidents next week, Army Radio announced Tuesday.
The classes, which come in response to the recent incidents such as the mosque attack in Tuba last week, will focus on the limits of legal protest and oppose the use of violence and needless friction.
The Amit network has schools across Israel and the West Bank.
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