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    • 17.05.10 | 20:00 (IDT)

    This Chomsky incident might become the parade example for why Israeli universities should be boycotted. A renowned academic is denied the ability to lecture in a recognized college under Israeli control. Chomsky is not a terrorist, obviously, so the denial of entry must have been based on his political opinions. If "measure for measure" carries any weight in the real world, the same can be done to Israel: Prevent academics from lecturing there based on political considerations.

    from the article: After denied entry to West Bank, Chomsky likens Israel to 'Stalinist regime'
    First published 02:52 17.05.10 | Last updated 02:52 17.05.10
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