Holocaust studies in NSW schools

December 9, 2012 by J-Wire Staff
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Major newspapers have reported that Holocaust studies will be mandatory in all NSW schools.

No statement has been issued by the New South Wales Jewish Board of Deputies to J-Wire.

Media reports state that the studies will be operative from 2014 and will be mandatory for all history students up to year 10.

Although reports quote the CEO of the NSWJBD, there is no mention if the studies will include the plight of Gypsies, homosexuals, the physically and mentally handicapped and political dissidents.

The reports, appeared exclusively in the Daily Telegraph and in the Sydney Morning Herald as well as The Australian online which carried the Telegraph story.

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5 Responses to “Holocaust studies in NSW schools”
  1. Otto Waldmann says:

    “Ben” get lost !!!

    “Jed”, why don’t you join “Ben” on the way out !!!

  2. Jed says:

    One would think mandatory swimming lessons for children and anaphylaxis response training for teachers would precede this.

  3. Liat Nagar says:

    The Holocaust is the Holocaust, Ben. It’s as simple and as incomprehensibly horrifying as that.

  4. Ben Eleijah says:

    If the studies are the result of Zionist lobbying, they will be lop sided and tend to ignore the plight of the “unworthy” victims of the holocaust.

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