10 students suspended for taking part in 'kick a Jew day'

NAPLES — Ten North Naples Middle School students were suspended last week after district officials said they participated in “kick a Jew day.”
District Spokesman Joe Landon said a student told the dean of students at dismissal on Thursday that she was kicked because it was “kick a Jew day.”
The following morning Principal Margaret Jackson addressed the entire student body on the morning news regarding the incident, reviewing the code of student conduct, explaining why what happened was wrong, the need to respect one another and possible consequences, Landon said.

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The children that did this should be beaten

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The children that did this should be beaten

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an eye for an eye?

Well, let's see-"eye for an eye" might not be pretty, but beating those little brats might inform them that any type of bigotry is wrong. Period. Even if it doesn't inform them, it shows them there will be consequences for this behavior.

Instead of talking with them and telling them politely that the kind of behavior is unacceptable, I suggest the old school route of taking a 2 x 4 to their...well, you know.

well why not just say something like,“the Jews are Gods chosen people, you mess with them and He will mess with you.” i mean scare them so bad that they won’t dare do it again.

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