My point is that it is still an expression of freedom of speech to equate anti-semitism with criticism of Israel. It may not be accurate, but it is still protected speech. If these organizations are engaged in illegal acts (extortion, libel, threats of injury) they should be prosecuted. If not, then they are within their rights. When the ACLU defended the NAZI's right to demonstrate in Skokie, they lost thousands of members. If a university can't take the heat to do what they believe is right, they don't deserve any pity.
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Gaza education ministry shuts 2 Shejaiyeh schools citing fear of Israeli artillery fire (Haaretz)
from the article: U.S. Jews block conference set to include anti-Israel professors