Israël: Ministerie van Gezondheid, ''Stop wifi op scholen en heroverweeg het gebruik ervan''.

zaterdag, 25 augustus 2012 - Categorie: Berichten Internationaal

Rabi Yaakov Litzman, PM, onderminister van Gezondheid in Israël, verzoekt om de toepassing van Wifi in scholen te heroverwegen.

Onderstaand de Engelse vertaling van de brief die de Onderminister van Gezondheid Rabi Yaakov Litzman namens het Ministerie van Gezondheid verzond aan PM Gidon Sahar, de Minister van Onderwijs, over de toepassing van draadloos internet (wifi, routers, laptops en tablets) op scholen in Israël:

Bron: NoRad 23 aug. 2012.

From: The ministry of health, The deputy minister of Health (acting as the head of the ministry)

19 of august 2012

To my esteem honorable,
PM Gidon Sahar,
The minister of education.

Hello and greetings.

I received the copy of a letter sent by attorney Michael Bach, in which he specify the possible health risk associated with the deployment of wireless internet in schools.

I deeply sympathize with attorney Michael Bach’s letter. I had dealt with this subject in the past, and although I am not a professional, I do fear that there will come a day that we will all cry because the irreversible damage that we, in our own hands cause the future generation.

Before any addition progress in this subject, the process has to be frozen and should be brought to comprehensive rethinking.

Signed, Rabi Yaakov Litzman

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The Times of Israël berichtte op 23 aug. 2012 over dit onderwerp als volgt:

Stop Wi-Fi in schools, deputy health minister implores.

Yaakov Litzman asks education minister to halt installation of wireless internet due to hazards of electromagnetic radiation

Auteur: Philip Podolsky

Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman on Thursday implored Education Minister Gideon Sa’ar to immediately suspend the installation of wireless Internet in schools due to what he termed the hazards of electromagnetic radiation.

Litzman issued an official letter to Sa’ar following a letter he received from Attorney Michael Bach. Bach, citing medical research, warned about the health threats to students.

“I am in deep sympathy with Bach’s letter,” wrote Litzman. “I have dealt extensively with the issue, although I am not a professional, and I fear lest the day come when we shall rue the irreversible damage visited on our children.”

Certain countries have banned Wi-Fi in educational institutions, most notably France, which has prohibited any kind of wireless communication in its schools.

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