“Strongest among men in enmity to the believers wilt thou find the Jews” (Qur’an 5:82), so praising them in a school in a Muslim country is inviting trouble. “Kuwait Teacher Sacked for Praising Jews,” by Chana Ya’ar for Israel National News, June 12 (thanks to Tziona):
A teacher in Kuwait has been sacked after holding up Jewish ethics as a role model for students to follow. The teacher, an Arab, was rebuking two quarreling students at the Abdullah Al Nouri elementary school in Kuwait City….
“She stopped them and told them they must respect and love each other in line with our Islamic principles,” reported the paper. “If the Jews respect each other, why can’t we learn from our Prophet…. and respect each other,” the report quoted her….
She was fired for that, although the headmistress tried to get her to sign a paper saying that she had said, “The Jews are better than us.” She refused, as apparently this was yet another example of Islamic supremacist projection, and she had said no such thing.