In the Jewish community hope that MSU will talk to the teacher kicked the student in the pile

© RIA Novosti / Ramil to Setdiscoverable in photobackpack M. V. Lomonosov in front of the main building of Moscow state University on Sparrow hills in Moscow. Archival photoIn the Jewish community hope that MSU will talk to the teacher kicked the student in the pile© RIA Novosti / Ramil to Setdiscoverable the image Bank

The position of the teacher of Moscow state University, kicked from the exam of the student in the pile, has nothing to do with the position of the University as a whole, however, it is necessary to hold a conversation, the head of the Federation of Jewish communities of Russia (FJCR) Alexander Beard.

Student of the Higher school of television of Moscow state University Lev Beard reported on his page in social networks, which the examiner, Professor of geographical faculty of the University, refused to take his exam due to bale on his head. However, the Dean has provided the student of another examiner. The head of the FJC confirmed media reports that the lion Beard — his son.

«Subject dropped, because it is not the position of the entire University. This is the position of the teacher, which is, incidentally, anti-Semitic overtones. My son said that on the eve of the examination, all students know that the Orthodox should remove the crosses, Muslim girls need to remove their headscarves — it’s basically an atheist-a Communist aggressive anti-religious orientation. However, my son still went in the pile,» said Beard at a press conference in MIA «Russia today».

The head of the FJC expressed hope that with the teacher «will work, and it will reconsider its views,» or will understand that in this school «there are other rules, and their views he would leave for hours».

«Everyone is entitled to their views, but there are some General rules, especially in the University, which is among the hundred best in the world and accordingly, it may adjust the mindset of teachers in the teaching process,» said Beard.

In Judaism, the wearing of bales symbolizes humility and reverence before God.