MK Schnelller: Hebrew U. faculty must respect unwritten rule

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May 26, 2010 20:36

 
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MK Otniel Schneller (Kadima) spoke out Wednesday against a march to Sheikh Jarrah by Hebrew University and their students earlier that day, saying it was "a shame that the professors and other faculty members do not respect the unwritten law decreeing that they must refrain from taking sides and discussing political activism in class."

He added that students at the university had confided in him that "many are afraid to express their views and opinions for fear it could affect their grades."

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