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The Hound
12-08-2008, 10:07 PM
i'm searching for this shit on facebook


Girls school investigates anti-Semitic group

THE principal of a private Anglican girls school will launch an internal investigation after one of the school's students was named as a leader of a group that posted anti-Semitic slurs on Facebook.
Students from Kambala School for Girls in Sydney's wealthy suburb of Rose Bay are linked to an on-line scandal targeting Jews.

Kambala principal Margaret White said any of her students found to have participated inappropriately on the site would be dealt with.

"Certainly I'll be speaking with members of staff at school to investigate and see what's going on," Mrs White said from Italy, where she is accompanying a group of Kambala students on a performing music tour of Europe.

"And certainly if there are students that have been found to have done anything that is any way inappropriate then clearly, appropriate action will be taken."

An inflammatory Facebook site called the Jew Parking Appreciation Group (http://search.news.com.au/search//0/?us=ndmnews&sid=29277&as=news&ac=ninews2&q=Jew%20Parking%20Appreciation%20Group) was created and administered by students at the nearby school for boys, Scots College, in the adjoining suburb of Bellevue Hill, Fairfax reported.

The site - which has now been removed from Facebook site - said "Jew Parking" happened often at "Bellevue (Jew) Hill".

The Facebook group had 51 members as of yesterday but its content had been deleted on this morning and the entire site had disappeared later in the morning.

It was connected to another network administered by Scots College (http://search.news.com.au/search//0/?us=ndmnews&sid=29277&as=news&ac=ninews2&q=Scots%20College) students with postings that included "support Holocaust denial".

Fairfax reported that one of the four "officers" heading that site was a Kambala student.

Mrs White said Kambala had a number of Jewish students, and she had never heard of religious or cultural hatred at the school.

"The values of the school are Christian values of the school that in fact do emphasise tolerance and respect," she said.