A group of Jewish and Muslim students at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem have been banned from wearing chocolates and other candy made with ingredients such as sugar, salt and yeast in a bid to stop anti-Semitism, the university said on Friday.
The students, who were on a field trip, were reportedly stopped by security guards on the way to their school after being stopped by students wearing the Jewish student union’s chocolatier’s logo and logo with the letters “Yeshiva.”
“We were told that the students were in violation of the rules of the chocolateries, and we were told to stop wearing the logo and stop the chocolate,” said Alaa Ghassani, the Jewish students’ representative for the university.
She added that the school’s ban was being imposed after a student group, the Yiddish Students Association for Israel, had demanded the school impose the ban.
“The ban was imposed after the student group submitted a request to the administrative court to ban the logos of the two chocolaters.
The school refused to accept their request,” she said.
The student group had said that the two brands of chocolate were created by the same company, and that one had the letters YIT in it.
It said the logo was meant to evoke the Jewish state’s history, and the other was meant as a reference to the Holocaust.
The logos are used in the chocolate industry and in chocolate products made by companies that produce products like chocolate molds and chocolate bars.
In response to the ban, the Hebrew Students Association called on other Jewish students to wear the logos.
“We do not want to be seen as symbols of the hatred and hatred of the other.
We want to wear our symbols as a symbol of unity,” the group said in a statement.
The group is calling for an end to the boycott of the Jewish people by the Israeli public and other sectors, including the media and schools.
“The Israeli public has no right to boycott the Jewish citizens of Israel.
This is the height of anti-semitism and discrimination,” said Yael Bensman, a member of the students’ committee.
The students’ association has also called for a boycott of all chocolate produced by the Hebrew Student Union.
Israel’s security cabinet on Thursday passed a new law to ban chocolate imports from non-Jewish countries, which it said were making the country “more unsafe.”
The ban applies to any goods made from cocoa beans, which are grown in the occupied West Bank, Gaza Strip and eastern Jerusalem.
The law also bans the import of all foodstuffs containing ingredients derived from chocolate.
In the past two weeks, the Israeli police have arrested more than 500 people for making anti-Jewish graffiti in Jerusalem, including one teenager who spray-painted “Death to Arabs” on a synagogue in a city known for its Jewish residents.
In September, the Supreme Court rejected a plea from the Jewish Agency to allow a petition filed by a Muslim student group against the Jewish religious seminary that had been banned.
The Supreme Court, in a ruling in February, said the ban on the seminary was unconstitutional because it was based on religious grounds and was aimed at a discriminatory effect.