Superland director says segregation not official policy

June 3, 2013 20:35

Amusement park Superland's deputy director Hani Baruch told the Knesset Education Committee on Monday that segregation was not an official policy, but rather a way to address a specific problem.

"There's a problem when teenagers come. It's a problematic age. It is a place where Jewish and Arab youths meet for the first time, and it creates tension." Channel 10 showed.

"When we realized some people are offended by this separation, we gave a clear direction to our salesmen to stop handling it in this way," Baruch said.

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