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Racism clouds Israel student poll
Haifa University's Arab students step up complaints of discrimination on election day.
Last Modified: 10 Dec 2010 17:05 GMT

Arab students of Israel's Haifa University have stepped up complaints of discrimination on student body election day.  

The minority group says they are under-represented in the college's student union and do not have the same rights as their Jewish peers.

Sherine Tadros reports from Haifa University. 

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