According to Academics for Palestine, “Irish universities have collaborated with Israel in 257 projects to date, seven of them listed as ‘security’ and 13 as ‘aerospace.’”
“What about my academic freedom? What about the tens of thousands of Palestinian children and teachers whose movement to and from their schools is impeded by the Israeli military?”
Oren’s approach to the issue of boycott is that of a person scared of a growing nonviolent resistance to Israel’s occupation.
The so-called “Protect Academic Freedom Act” would deny federal funding to any institution that participates in a boycott of Israeli universities or scholars.
New York anti-boycott bill shows that, for some, commitment to Israel overrides traditional American legal protections.
Its silence contrasts with university leaders’ loud condemnations of calls for the boycott of Israeli academic institutions.
Supporters of Israeli apartheid feign concern for the oppressed.
Cruelty “hallmark of Israel’s policies,” says prominent boycott advocate.
For defenders of Israeli colonization, hysteria arises where imagination fails.
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