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Bar Ilan University is not in Jerusalem. It is on the suburbs of Tel Aviv.

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Submitted by Boris (Australia), Jul 30, 2006 at 03:48

Bar Ilan University is not in Jerusalem. It is on the suburbs of Tel Aviv.

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I assume this refers to the tagline - "This text is excerpted from the Distinguished Rennert Lecture that Daniel Pipes delivered last week in Jerusalem for Bar-Ilan University."

Bar-Ilan University is near Tel Aviv but my talk took place at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem.

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