Nursing schools across the world are flouting government guidelines to admit Jewish students and Israeli students are among those who are being discriminated against.
On Wednesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a report saying that nursing schools in the US and Europe are not welcoming Israeli students.
“Nursing schools are being allowed to discriminate against Israeli students, despite their religious and cultural beliefs,” WHO spokeswoman Liora Ziv told The Jerusalem Times.
In Israel, however, the government has made it clear that it does not allow discrimination based on religion.
“[Nurses] are welcome at any hospital in Israel, even if they do not have a permit,” a spokesperson for the ministry of health told The Times.
“The ministry has taken the necessary measures to ensure that the number of Israeli students admitted to Israeli schools does not exceed the number allowed to come to Israel.”
In some instances, there is a restriction on the number that may be admitted,” she added.
According to the Ministry of Health, about 3,000 Israeli students apply to be admitted to the country’s medical schools each year.
The majority of Israeli applicants to Israeli universities are women and many are in advanced training.
The government is also pushing to expand the number and size of Israeli nursing schools to accommodate more Israeli students in the future.
Israeli students are not allowed to enter nursing schools without a permit, although they are allowed to visit their homes and visit their relatives in the country.
Currently, Israeli nursing school students are allowed into Israel only for two weeks a year.
The Israeli government has introduced rules that allow Jewish Israeli students to attend a Jewish nursing school for four weeks after graduation, but not to study abroad.
Some Jewish students who attend Israeli nursing colleges are still required to complete a three-year study abroad program.
Israel also does not recognize dual nationality, meaning that Israeli citizens who have citizenship in another country cannot legally be admitted into Israeli universities.
Israel has a history of discriminating against Israeli Jews.
The government, which is the second largest in the world after the United States, has been criticized by rights groups for allowing Israeli citizens to vote in elections.
On March 11, the Israeli Supreme Court ordered the closure of all Jewish schools in Israel for the duration of the current election campaign.
However, the schools remain open and Israeli politicians are urging people to vote for Israel’s future.”
We need to remember that the state of Israel is one of the most important states in the Middle East and in the whole world.
I think we have to show the world that we can elect a government that will protect our interests, and I think that will be possible, but it is going to be difficult,” he added.