NOTE: The Director of School Community Relations for Hewlett-Woodmere Public Schools tells YWN that this was NOT a teacher at one of their schools, but was a “judge at the competition”
As part of a First Lego Competition held at Woodmere Middle School on February 9, children were working on projects related to local buildings. In the video below you will see and hear a student relaying information about one local building which she says was “purchased by the United Hebrew Community of New York.”
Without skipping a beat, one anti-Semite judge turns to the other and says “G-d (expletive removed) Jews” and carries on as though her commentary was necessary.
In a statement to YWN, Dov Hikind, the Founder of Americans Against Antisemitism says they are “calling on the school to have this teacher disciplined immediately. It’s unconscionable that we would allow “educators” with such hate ready to spew around impressionable children.
This event was held at Mineola High School, but the students participating were from all over Long Island, including Woodmere Middle School. The man who took this video is a father of one of the students and confirms what that judge said.
SEE THE VIDEO BELOW
BREAKING: 2/9 Teacher at Woodmere Middle School responds to student who said a building was “purchased by the United Hebrew Community of NY” by saying “God damned Jews”
This teacher needs to be removed and disciplinary action needs to be taken immediately! pic.twitter.com/0fdNG4LWE9
— Dov Hikind (@HikindDov) February 12, 2020
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