Jewish and Muslim students criticize university president for extending invitation without consultation.
Three events have been cancelled at UK universities.
Richard D. Heideman, one of the foremost legal experts on fighting the BDS movement, seeks to repair the tarnished name of Zionism.
The legislation is intended to harm academic boycotts of Israel abroad that are led by professors employed by Israeli universities and colleges.
The engineering student was told that he was rejected "due to the conflict and illegal settlement activity in the region."
The British campaign is the latest in a series of worldwide efforts by Israelis and pro-Israelis to quash the BDS movement.
Glad tidings rarely qualify as newsworthy for the mass media. However, this is truly good news.
Education leaders say that an academic boycott against Israel is felt in subtle ways, such as when academics refuse to attend conferences in the country.
In his recent Jerusalem Post article the Jewish Agency Chairman, was spot on in his diagnosis; but totally off target with his prescription for dealing with anti-Israel defamation on US campuses.
When Jewish students fear any public association with Israel when running for student government you know we’re in trouble.