Report: Rabbis order 'pirate' school to obey high court

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May 23, 2010 16:30

 
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High ranking rabbis on Sunday ordered the management of the haredi girls' school in Emmanuel to create a single stream for all students in compliance with a High Court order.

The school maintained complete separation between Ashkenazi and Sephardi girls, and the Ashkenazi parents and staff refused to implement court orders to integrate the students.

The latest instruction came after a High Court ruling imposing fines for every day that the school maintained separate streams.

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