Antisocial Texts

Hazony, Yoram
April 2000
New Republic;04/17/2000-04/24/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 16/17, p46
Charges that the revised curriculum of Israel textbooks is as ideological as the original Zionist texts. Inclusion of poems by Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish in high school literature curriculum announced by Education Minister Yossi Sarid; Description of school systems as designed to perpetuate myths of Jewish culture; Other alterations of history concerning Jerusalem and Israel which is cited with disapproval.


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