The man was found at the bottom of the Caribbean Princess' Neptune Pool early in the morning of June 14.
The lawsuit states that the children felt unwanted at the public swimming pool.
Two women plan on filing a discrimination lawsuit and are planning another nurse-in protest for next month.
"I apologize to the children who were directed to leave a city pool because of the religious-required clothing they were wearing."
His attorney understands why people would perceive it as racial profiling but says that's not the case and now he's facing an unfair backlash.
"The man asked if me and my little girl had showered before getting into the pool because people carry diseases into the pools and he doesn't want the health department to shut the pool down."
The pool drains into a fountain called a "nymphaeon"—the first such structure found in Israel.
It is dangerous to have a press willing to grab at any evidence that Trump is being presidential.
Classifying misogynistic harassment as a hate crime will make people take it more seriously.