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Free speech at the universities

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Submitted by Tony (United Kingdom), Nov 28, 2006 at 09:45

It's reassuring to see that the Islamist Beast is at last being confronted in the universities, and the pro-Israeli groups are thankfully doing a great job on that. However, there's a risk of throwing out the baby with the bathwater, in that it seems to me that critics of Israel and/or AIPAC are being subjected to the same muzzling as the Muslims wish for us. Let free speech be universal - Israel's case doesnt need censorship.

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