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Ten students at a Naples, Florida, middle school have been given one-day, in-school suspensions for participating in "Kick a Jew Day," in which Jewish students were targeted for assault, according to news reports in the local media.
Parents and students at North Naples Middle School told NBC channel 2 in Naples that many students -- all of them Jewish -- were targeted in the attacks, which took place last week.
The station obtained a letter from one parent who said his daughter was a target of the attacks.
"Kids pretender to kick her, and later at lunch, they actually kicked her," the letter stated. "Apparently, many kids, all Jewish, were kicked. I was furious and attempted to call the parents of the girl who initiated this hatred."
Originally posted by capgirl
That is the problem with schools. They are either to soft on a punishment or to harsh. In this case too soft.
Originally posted by factbeforefiction
Why would the other kids have known that anyone was a Jewish kid in the first place?
Originally posted by GioTheGreek
They should have to help out at a synagogue for the day.