Move follows accusations that Tel Aviv teacher, a convicted pedophile, molested students
AAUP, whose ethics guidelines were used as inspiration by Bennett and Kasher, calls Israel to reject proposed university code of ethics 'in no uncertain terms'
With 17 women murdered since the beginning of 2017, hundreds of protesters in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa are calling on the government to take action
With stories of draft refusers and articles on volunteer activities, the brochure touts advantages of national service and almost doesn't mention military service
Some found to be taking theme too far, but say they were only following Education Ministry guidelines
Call on Prof. Asa Kasher, who wrote code at Israeli education minister's request, to resign
Bennett says his code of ethics, which bars academics from expressing political views in class, mirrors U.S. code; but the American one notes purpose of guideline 'is not to discourage what is ''controversial.''
The code of ethics is expected to ban professors from voicing political opinions in classrooms or supporting BDS
The code would forbid academic staff from calling for boycotts of Israel, and would prevent institutions from collaborating with political organizations
The ministry says it’s still trying to keep Yousef Shehadeh on board, though a source says right wing education minister will remain ‘guided by democratic and Zionist values’