Instead of protecting the rights of the speakers and organizers to hold an event, university capitulated to efforts to shut it down. Read more about Why did University of Toronto let hate group shut down divestment launch?
After threatening peaceful protesters, the Israeli university signed a cooperation deal with a leading weapons-maker. Read more about Warmongering Hebrew University tries to muzzle Palestinian students
“If, under this new regime, civility be the condition for expressing academic freedom and excellence, then let the appropriate expression be that of civil disobedience.” Read more about Move on? Work to reclaim Univ. of Illinois has has only just begun
Double standards applied to Steven Salaita shows how Israel trumps free speech on campus. Read more about Is criticizing Israel worse than murder at the University of Illinois?
Leader of campaign against scholar Steven Salaita should be disqualified as an authority on academic freedom. Read more about The Salaita case and Cary Nelson’s use of “academic freedom” to silence dissent
Israel denied her an exit permit, so a cardboard cut out stood in for Gaza writer Sarah Ali. Read more about Trapped in Gaza
During my detention, Israeli officials seemed obsessed about my humanitarian activities. Read more about Why does Israel feel threatened by humanitarian workers?
“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?” Read more about I risked imprisonment by Israel and death to study in the United States
Cruelty “hallmark of Israel’s policies,” says prominent boycott advocate. Read more about “Politicians are cowards” on Israel, says prominent Australian scholar
The American Studies Association’s meeting showed that the time of fear of debate over boycotting Israel may be over. Read more about The taboo on boycotting Israel has been broken