It was Stephen Hawking's decision to joint the boycott - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ben Alofs
    • 08.05.13 | 19:15 (IDT)

    The British Committee for the Universities of Palestine issued a statement with Hawking's approval that it was "his independent decision to respect the boycott, based upon his knowledge of Palestine, and on the unanimous advice of his own academic contacts there".

    from the article: Hypocrisy and double standard: An open letter to Stephen Hawking
    First published 15:56 08.05.13 | Last updated 15:56 08.05.13
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