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-- Are small town debate grabbing some national headlines some parents in Tennessee you're.
Absolutely outraged over a geography -- -- that is being used in high schools they say some of the text is based.
A biased against Israeli policies -- of -- -- live in Atlanta with more Jonathan what's this all about.
Hi Greg will more than 700 public high school students in Williamson county Tennessee are enrolled.
In an elective college level class on human geography will.
-- west whose son is in one of those classes takes issue with the way the state approved textbook for the class handle certain controversial issues such as terrorism.
According to the book quote distinguishing terrorism from other acts of political violence can be difficult.
For example if a Palestinian suicide bomber kills several dozen Israeli teenagers in the Jerusalem restaurant.
Is that an act of terrorism or wartime retaliation against Israeli government policies and army actions.
Not okay to ask children things like that to put those ideas and -- heads and not expect there to be consequences down the route.
Textbook author James Rubenstein argues that quote needs to be taken.
In context of the entire paragraph which goes on to explain that quote competing arguments are made.
-- -- sympathizers denounced the act as a terrorist threat to the country's existence.
Whereas advocates of the Palestinian cause argue that long standing injustices and Israeli army attacks and ordinary Palestinian civilians provoke the act.
The author tells Fox News it's important to understand why -- terrorist attacks but that understanding.
Is not the same thing.
As justifying these attacks -- -- series in Atlanta Jonathan thanks for --
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