October 21, 2013 15:45
by Pesach Benson
Mahdi schools are expected to turn out competitive, well-trained students who are also loyal to Hizbollah’s resistance ideology and can staff the organisation’s many institutions.
“Our strategy is to take care of the human cadre,” Mustafa al-Qasir, the head of the system, said at the event . . .
“Their mission statement talks about ‘education and indoctrination’. It’s a bit worrying,” Ms Shuayb says, pointing out that, in Arabic, “indoctrination” is the same word as “to fill up a bottle”.
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