The Jerusalem post has published the results of a test paper tested as a fake for the Diploma of Technology in Jerusalem, and it was a fake that was given to a student.
The paper was tested by a student who was supposed to take it.
The students’ response was that the paper had no paper and was “not from the university.”
“There is no paper in the paper.
I did not touch it, I did a quick scan and saw that it was not a paper.
The test papers were also not from the school, but they were in a box with other test papers,” said the student, who was not named.
The student said that the professor who gave the test paper was not from Jerusalem.
“I have asked the university and the president to explain the situation,” he said.
A statement from the Israeli Higher Education Ministry said that “a fake paper has been used to conduct a test.”
It added that the ministry is looking into the matter.
The Jerusalem Post report also mentioned that the university’s online portal had reported that the test papers tested as “not real.”
But the university denied that, and told The Jerusalempost that “the paper was created in order to test students’ knowledge of the history of Jerusalem.”
The Jerusalem University, founded in 1924, was established by former Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin.
It was one of the first Israeli universities and one of its founders was Ariel Sharon, who served as prime minister from 1999 to 2005.