Friday, 4 September 2015

London school teaches three-year-old ultra-Orthodox Jewish children 'the non-Jews' are 'evil'

In a time were so much is done in Europe to have an intercultural exchange and to avoid discrimination between the many groups residing in our regions, in a North London Kindergarten the British three-year-olds have been told "the non-Jews" are “evil”.

We can not ignore the horror which was done to the Jewish race but to teach about the holocaust to toddlers is going very far and touching a subject they cannot comprehend.

At the Beis Rochel boys’ school in north London.

A whistle-blower, who wished to remain anonymous, has shown The Independent a worksheet given to boys aged three and four at the school. In it, children were asked to complete questions related to the holiday of 21 Kislev, observed by Satmer Jews as the day its founder and holy Rebbe, Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum, escaped the Nazis.

The document refers to Nazis only as “goyim” – a term for non-Jews some people argue is offensive.

Emily Green, who used to teach at the same Beis Rochel girls’ secondary school, now chairs the Gesher EU organisation which supports ultra-Orthodox Jews who want to leave the community.
"It's not uncommon to be taught non-Jewish people are evil in ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools. It is part of the prayers, teaching, their whole ethos,”
she said.
Describing it as a form of “indoctrination”, Ms Green added:
“Psychologically, you become so afraid of the world out there after being taught how dangerous and bad and evil non-Jews are, that it makes it harder to leave.”
A member of the Hasidic Jewish Community of Stamford Hill
A member of the Hasidic Jewish Community of Stamford Hill

Three-year-old ultra-Orthodox Jewish children told 'the non-Jews' are 'evil' in worksheet produced by London school