El Oskopia, an Episcopal Catholic High School, which receives government funding, was selected three years ago as one of Israel’s most outstanding schools.
This week in the Israeli-Arab city of Shfar’am the school held a “Heritage Day for the Palestinian People” that wiped Israel off the map.
The event celebrated cultural heritage, including a mock “Palestinian wedding” and culinary traditions. There were also Palestinian flags on the walls and maps of “Palestine” in place of Israel.
Zionist watchdog Im Tirtzu called on the Education Ministry to take immediate action.
“It is inconceivable that an Israeli high school under the supervision of the Education Ministry is brainwashing its students into thinking that they are Palestinians and must hate Israel,” said Im Tirtzu CEO Matan Peleg.