Well you CANNOT benefit from the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Program (YES) sponsored by the United States Consulate General in Jerusalem.
Well, to be eligible to participate in the YES, students must:
"Be a resident of the West Bank, Gaza, or East Jerusalem".
Do you think Jewish residents are invited to this initiative: the International World Peace Day in the West Bank?
I am not clear if a Jewish teacher is welcomed to this program for a "teacher of Palestinians who wants to improve his/her skills in teaching"?
I am sure Jewish residents of the same area cannot benefit from the programs of AMIDEAST- West Bank Training Program.
All of these are significantly supported by American tax dollars and promoted by the Consulate.
Another benefit for the Arabs only programs was this one last week:
New York based reporter Hoda Osman trained about 50 Palestinian journalists from Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza on investigative journalism. The training focused on writing investigative reports and ethical dilemmas in Investigative Reporting. Check out the photos from the event.
Do you want a Free English placement test?
Is that a discriminatory policy being implemented?