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I wrote up a controversy section for this article, not sure if it is accurate. I didn't follow this news until today. Being that I am Chinese, my understanding of some of the topics is slim to none. Feel free to edit or rewrite. --Voidvector 09:50, 5 September 2007 (UTC)
I would normally agree that including a phrase like “who is Jewish” is rather inappropriate and, indeed, smacks of anti-Semitism. However, I think the context makes Danielle Salzberg’s religion highly relevant and important. To be clear, the context that I am referring to is the fact that this school has come under fire by way of “teaching Arabic = teaching Islam” so that it is important to note that an Islamic principal was replaced with a Jewish one. --Irn (talk) 04:12, 19 December 2007 (UTC)