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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, April 29, 2017

Education

Congressman Bob Turner (NY-09) announced the Tax and Education Assistance for Children (TEACH) Act of 2012. The bill will provide a tax credit of up to 5,000 dollars per year, per family, for families who send their children to private schools and eliminate a “double taxation” on parents who send their children to non-public schools.

“I recently introduced H.R. 4075, the Tax and Education Assistance for Children (TEACH) Act of 2012,” said Congressman Turner. “The TEACH Act will provide parents who send their children to non-public elementary and secondary schools a tax credit of up to $5,000 per year, and effectively eliminate or minimize the effects of this ‘double taxation’.”

Members of school communities are ecstatic about what this will

The type of poster pictured is typical of Israel Apartheid Week.Solutions include promoting a positive image of Israel, responding to misinformation with facts and figures, and legal action when necessary.

University campuses are now in the midst of the annual onslaught known as “Israel Apartheid Week,” or, perhaps more accurately, as “Hate Week.” In the United States, this coordinated ideological assault lasts from Feb. 26 to March 3. In Europe, it begins the week before, and elsewhere the week after. 

Some preliminary events, such as the University of

Ashira Greenberg, who lives in Hillcrest, Queens, was born with cerebral palsy, and wrote the book to share with the world the importance of not judging others based on external appearances and physical disabilities but rather seeing people for who they truly are inside.Ashira Greenberg may only be a senior at the Samuel H. Wang Yeshiva University High School for Girls (YUHSG), but the 17-year-old is already a published author. In October, Israel BookShop Publications released 2,000 copies of her work, a rhyming 24-page illustrated children’s book called Don’t Judge by What You See.

Greenberg, who lives in Hillcrest, Queens, was born with cerebral palsy, and wrote the book to share with the world the importance of not judging others based on external

Harvard University. Credit: Jacob Rus.On March 3-4, Harvard University will host a two-day conference on the “One State Solution” to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Guests include veteran anti-Israel academics, the founder of Electronic Intifada and an ex-Palestinian official. No one sympathetic to Israel is identifiable.

This sort of anti-Israel activity, thinly disguised by a veneer of academic posing, has become commonplace at this venerable Ivy League institution. In recent years, Harvard has hosted Holocaust defamer Norman

In response to the recent internal conflict in Beit Shemesh over issues of modesty and the role of women in Israeli society, Yeshiva University students flooded a lecture hall on January 30 to learn about the challenges and history of the conflict and to debate possible solutions.

The event, titled “Faceless: Confronting Hadarat Nashim in Israel Today,” was held in Belfer Hall and organized by Kol Hamevaser, the undergraduate student body’s Jewish thought magazine, and the YU Israel Club