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It was in Nova Scotia...

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Submitted by J.S. (Canada), Apr 28, 2006 at 18:07

at St. Mary's (Halifax). I find it very disturbing that "protest" groups would target an individual prof and then go to his home -- it's a bit much...and, I believe, it was clearly designed to intimidate the prof (A couple of years back there was another infamous event -- at York University -- the jihadists went on a riot, broke windows on campus, etc. (the jihadists, on the outside, had the audacity to kick out the windows while the police, on the inside, filmed them -- apparently, the presence of the police with video cameras did not / would not act as a deterrant...) -- the cause of this riot was that a former Israeli Prime Minister had been invited to the campus (the next year they tried to invite Barak, but he too was a cause of jihadist rage -- at first the administrators were all for banning Barak from speaking -- but, apparently, after some debate and delay, they finally allowed Barak to visit the campus. Thus is the nature of "free speech" at Canadian universities...(I half suspect that if Osama were invited, he'd be immediately welcomed and given red carpet treatment.)

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