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Students at Lebanon's International College have been advised not to wear their gym uniforms for fear of violating Lebanon's strict law against contact with Israel. Last week parents at the elite private school told the administration that their children's clothes carried labels written in Hebrew, raising questions over whether the clothes had been imported from Israel. Tatiana Itani, IC's lawyer, told The Daily Star that "a number of parents" had contacted the school to tell them about the Hebrew labels on Oct. 3 .Further investigations were being pursued to look into other items of clothing newly stocked at IC other than the shirts found with the Hebrew label, Abbas said.
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