I Am Student Hear Me Roar

October 29, 2010 at 14:06 1 comment

This week, the students finally took to the streets to protest the unfair treatment they get compared to the yeshiva bochers. In my humble opinion, that protest was years overdue, and I can only wish them the best of luck in demanding equal rights for students at universities and in yeshivot.

In that spirit, let me offer a word of advice: with all due respect to closing off roads in Beer Sheva, if you really want results it’s the access roads to Ben Gurion Airport (not University) that you need to block.

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  • 1. Ofer Maimon  |  October 29, 2010 at 14:15

    That will never happen, there are quite simply to many students in University. What will and should happen is that the Charedim should start working. Then they would have the money themselves to give scholarships to particularly talented Yeshiva students to study Torah for life, even to give them a good standard of living. Shabat shalom!

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