Debbie Almontaser

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Debbie Almontaser is a teacher of Yemeni descent who was the founding principal of a New York Arabic-themed public school, named after the Christian Arab poet, Khalil Gibran. She was forced to resign in August 2007 after a long smear campaign by right-wing Zionists. In October 2007, she said that the Michael Bloomberg administration forced her to resign in August by threatening to shut the school. She said she was applying to get the job back.

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