BC School Reverse After Rejecting Israeli Student Stav Daron Over Settlements by Jamie Gilcig JAN 31, 2017

BC School Reverse After Rejecting Israeli Student Stav Daron Over Settlements by Jamie Gilcig JAN 31, 2017

CORNWALL ONTARIO – Just days after a religious inspired terror attack in Quebec City; media reports broke about a BC Trade School, the Island School of Building Arts,  had rejected an Israeli student over what they claim was a protest over Settlement building in the Jewish state and strong ally of Canada.

Pat Rokosh allegedly had rejected student Stav Davron because of legal settlement in the Jewish State , and after a media storm has reversed the school’s decision.

She emailed CFN:

Mr. Gilcig,

After significant thought and listening to all interested parties, ISBA has decided to rescind any restriction placed on accepting students from Israel and apologize for any inconvenience.
ISBA remains acceptant to all and will continue to do so without restrictions. This was a misinterpretation of the UN declaration and a mistake on the part of ISBA.

Regards
Patricia Rokosh

CFN has reached out to Mr. Daron to see if he’s accepted the school’s reversal and will attend the four week course which costs $2,500.00 or will be filing a Human Rights Tribunal case against the school.

Not sure which UN resolution stated to not allow Israeli Woodworking students?

What do you think dear CFN viewers?  You can post your comments below.

Photo – social media screen cap.

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