Universities appeal to High Court over Ariel status

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December 25, 2012 18:56

 
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The Council of Presidents of Israeli Universities filed an injunction to the High Court of Justice on Tuesday to oppose Ariel University Center’s upgrade to university status, which was announced on Monday.

The injunction, which demands to order the commander of IDF forces in Judea and Samaria not to recognize the university, reiterates a petition which had been filed to the court on the subject back in August of this year.

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