I don't follow you. Because you dislike some Israeli student's political leanings, in this case their desire to counter the international delegitimisation programme of their country, you feel that the world should cease to read Israeli research on medicine, engineering, technology, archaeology, history etc. And what do you wish to do with an academic boycott. Is it incumbent upon you to decide whose work I should read, challenge or embrace? It is incredible that you can be so glib in writing such a monstrous statement. I am a student at Oxford University, and it will interest you to know that we totally rejected your views, preferring instead to allow academic freedoms to remain intact.
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