The complaint was directed at the Yeshiva Ketana of Long Island's children's day camp, to which Pelle lives next to.
The students will only be allowed into the country if the institutions they're learning in are approved by the Health Ministry and commit to upholding quarantine regulations for two weeks.
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A nice encounter after many years.
The cuts were made due to new financial constraints imposed on Masa itself by the government and Jewish Agency.
“Since I suppose all the boys will be going to day camp this summer, let this be the training ground for it,” Rabbi E. Brieger, a teacher at the school, wrote in a letter to families Monday night.
Thirteen students who had obtained permits to return to their institutions had a scheduled flight, which they boarded because they did not know about the policy change.