Students at a West Bank high school complain that settlers play music at high volume to disrupt their studies
Students and teachers at Azzoun Atmeh high school, south of the northern West Bank city of Qalqilya, today complained that settlers in a nearby illegal settlement play music at high volume to disrupt their education.
Ala Marabeh, the headmaster of the high school, told WAFA that settlers from Shaar Tiqva settlement, built on Azzoun Atmeh land, and for the last three days, intentionally play Hebrew songs at high volume as soon as classes start in the morning, which makes it very difficult for the teachers and students to concentrate on their studies.
He said the settlement is located right behind the high school, where 280 students attend classes.
The senior students at the high school are expected to sit this year for the important matriculation exam that allows them to continue higher education.
Source: Palestine News and Information Agency