Israeli Academics Sign Petition Calling for the Boycott of Israel

03.06.21

Editorial Note

A new petition by international scholars deserves attention. It states that “In the classroom and on campus, we commit to Pressuring our academic institutions and organizations to respect the Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions of Israel by instating measures that remove complicity and partnership with military, academic, and legal institutions involved in entrenching Israel’s policies.”

The scholars who signed this petition affirm that the Palestinian struggle is an “indigenous liberation movement” that confronts a “settler colonial state” that enacts “policies of apartheid” with a “territorial theft” and “the racial supremacy of Jewish-Zionist nationals.”  This petition argues that Israel is once again “conducting a large-scale aerial bombing campaign against the fourteen-year besieged Gaza Strip, killing scores of Palestinians and making thousands more homeless.”  Any talks about the Hamas rockets reflect the “thorough dehumanization of Palestinians and the abject disregard for Israeli military aggression.”  The scholars promise to “Support community efforts and legislation to pressure our governments to end funding Israeli military aggression.”

The petition states that, since Palestinian scholars work “under the threat of settler colonial erasure and imposition of exile, it is understood that their ideas and experiences are inextricably bound to the intellectual project and tradition that is Palestinian studies.” However, “research and writing are not enough,” having only “Scholarship without action normalizes the status quo and reinforces Israel’s impunity.” Critical theory must be backed with deeds. Therefore, they “affirm that it is no longer acceptable to conduct research in Palestine or on Palestinians without a clear component of political commitment…It is no longer acceptable to speak over Palestinians, or publish without citation of Palestinian scholars.”  

Among the hundreds of signatories are some renowned leaders of the anti-Israel front. They include Noura Erakat; Richard Falk; Haim Bresheeth-Zabner; Moshe Machover; David Lloyd; David Palumbo-Liu; Mark LeVine; Nick Riemer; Ilana Feldman; Adi M. Ophir; Ariella Aisha Azoulay; Beshara Doumani; Ilan Pappe; Nahla Abdo; Ophira Gamliel; Yael Politi; Noa Shaindlinger.

The Israeli signatories from Israeli institutions are Noga Wolff, The College of Management Academic Studies; Ilana Hairston, Tel Hai Academic College; Lama Midlej, Tel Aviv University; Nadeem Karkabi, University of Haifa; Maha El-Taji Daghash, University of Haifa. 

The petition was widely circulated. It reached Jadaliyya, a journal published by the Arab Studies Institute, based in Washington DC and Beirut. It is a non-profit organization that “produces knowledge on matters related to the Arab world and its relations.”

In Ireland, Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union and the Trinity College Dublin BDS campaign group have called their academics to sign this pledge. “A Google Form where staff members can sign the pledge has been sent to all heads of Trinity’s schools,” as reported by the University Times in Ireland. In the US, Newsweek reported that “Hundreds of Princeton Faculty, Students Sign Letter Opposing Israel’s ‘Jewish Supremacy.'”

Surprisingly, however, this petition has even reached the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. Their CHCI-Global Humanities Institute on Migration, Logistics and Unequal Citizens in Contemporary Global Context has published this call on their website. This institute is dealing mainly with the international migrations that changed contemporary 21st-century societies, producing cases of massive displaced and precarious lives that impacted local communities.

Once again, the pro-Palestinian activists show their profound bias.  They refuse to acknowledge that Israel has the right to respond, as per international war conventions, to the barrage of missiles that Hamas and Islamic Jihad launched from Gaza. Equally important, the petition advocates for Palestinian supremacy.

The Israeli academics who signed the petition raise another issue. Advocating for BDS is illegal in Israel since the Knesset passed the Law for Prevention of Damage to the State of Israel through Boycott, in 2011. Israeli academics are openly involved with BDS without any reaction from the authorities.  Like any other breach of law, their action deserves scrutiny.   

https://www.jadaliyya.com/Details/42753

Open Letter and Call to Action – Palestine and Praxis: Scholars for Palestinian FreedomBy : Jadaliyya Reports

This is an open call for action issued by the Palestine and Praxis organization. Sign in solidarity here. As scholars, we affirm the Palestinian struggle as an indigenous liberation movement confronting a settler colonial state. The pitched battle in Sheikh Jarrah is the most recent flashpoint in the ongoing Nakba that is the Palestinian condition. Israel has expanded and entrenched its settler sovereignty through warfare, expulsion, tenuous residency rights, and discriminatory planning policies. The ostensible peace process has perpetuated its land grabs and violent displacement under the fictions of temporality and military necessity. Together these policies constitute apartheid, bolstered by a brute force that enshrines territorial theft and the racial supremacy of Jewish-Zionist nationals. And now, as has been the case for over a century, Palestinians continue to resist their removal and erasure.

Palestinian resistance to this eliminatory violence in Sheikh Jarrah and the raids on Al-Aqsa Mosque have catalyzed protests across a violently separated landscape. Palestinians in Lydd, Nazareth, Acre, Haifa and elsewhere have raised Palestinian flags in mass protest affirming the national and singular character of the Palestinian people and their collective call for liberation. Israel is once again conducting a large-scale aerial bombing campaign against the fourteen-year besieged Gaza Strip, killing scores of Palestinians and making thousands more homeless. 

Meanwhile, in the United States, Palestinian death is treated as a byproduct of Israeli vulnerability.  The attempts to transform the conversation on Israeli state violence to a series of stale talking points about Hamas rockets reflect the thorough dehumanization of Palestinians and the abject disregard for Israeli military aggression. For decades, Palestinians have been subjects of academic research that scholars use to understand the functions of settler colonial state power. Yet in moments of crisis, we are humbly reminded that research and writing are not enough. 

As Palestinian scholars write under the threat of settler colonial erasure and imposition of exile, it is understood that their ideas and experiences are inextricably bound to the intellectual project and tradition that is Palestinian studies. Living within a political context that challenges their very existence, it is imperative that we not enact their replacement and erasure within our own scholarship, as Palestinians are barred from the academy. Approaching Palestine as a field of knowledge, rather than a case study or site of theoretical extraction, demands engaging with the intellectual labor of its people as a genealogy of subjugated knowledge in praxis. Resisting their erasure from the historical record requires a citational practice that both names Palestinians as intellectual subjects and challenges the very intellectual discourse that relegates them to the margins.

We recognize our role and responsibility as scholars to theorize, read, and write on the very issues unfolding in Palestine and among all oppressed nations today. Scholarship without action normalizes the status quo and reinforces Israel’s impunity. 

Scholarship must also be ethical by centering decolonization and raising the voices of Palestinian scholars, as well as other interlocutors, so that they remain sources of authority and not merely objects of study. We believe that the critical theory we generate in our literature and in our classrooms must be backed in deed. Therefore, we affirm that it is no longer acceptable to conduct research in Palestine or on Palestinians without a clear component of political commitment. It is no longer acceptable to study one fragment of Palestine, and claim knowledge of the whole. It is no longer acceptable to speak over Palestinians, or publish without citation of Palestinians scholars. Simply put, it is no longer acceptable to treat Palestine as a playground for intellectual curiosity while its fragmented nation continues to struggle for liberation. 

Therefore, we affirm our commitment to the following actions, and we call on our colleagues to join us in our affirmation of the rights and dignity of the Palestinian people and foundational principles of academic integrity. 

  • In the classroom and on campus, we commit to 
    • Pressuring our academic institutions and organizations to respect the Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions of Israel by instating measures that remove complicity and partnership with military, academic, and legal institutions involved in entrenching Israel’s policies. 
    • Supporting student activism on campus, including, but not limited to sponsoring joint events and holding our universities’ accountable for violations of academic freedom. 
    • Highlighting Palestinian scholarship on Palestine in syllabi, our writing, and through invitation of  Palestinian scholars and community members to speak at departmental and university events. 
    • Extending the above approach to any and all indigenous scholars within the university, and any Indigenous communities within the vicinity.
    • Centering Indigenous analyses in teaching and drawing links to intersectional oppression and transnational liberation movements. 
  • In our research, we will actively 
    • Include Palestine as a space and place worthy of substantive and historical integration into critical theory, not only as a case in a list of colonial examples. 
    • Work to engage methods which highlight and elevate the voices and experiences of the places and moments we study over our own positions. 
  • In places where we reside, we will 
    • Support community efforts and legislation to pressure our governments to end funding Israeli military aggression.

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National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan     

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CHCI-GLOBAL HUMANITIES INSTITUTE 2020-2021
Migration, Logistics and Unequal Citizens in Contemporary Global Context

PALESTINE & PRAXIS – Open Call and Letter to Action
2021 年 5 月 24 日 by 0589709 0589709zz1

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Open Letter and Call to Action
Palestine and Praxis: Open Letter and Call to Action

PALESTINE & PRAXIS

SCHOLARS FOR PALESTINIAN FREEDOM

As scholars, we affirm the Palestinian struggle as an indigenous liberation movement confronting a settler colonial state. The pitched battle in Sheikh Jarrah is the most recent flashpoint in the ongoing Nakba that is the Palestinian condition. Israel has expanded and entrenched its settler sovereignty through warfare, expulsion, tenuous residency rights, and discriminatory planning policies. The ostensible peace process has perpetuated its land grabs and violent displacement under the fictions of temporality and military necessity. Together these policies constitute apartheid, bolstered by a brute force that enshrines territorial theft and the racial supremacy of Jewish-Zionist nationals. And now, as has been the case for over a century, Palestinians continue to resist their removal and erasure.

Palestinian resistance to this eliminatory violence in Sheikh Jarrah and the raids on Al-Aqsa Mosque have catalyzed protests across a violently separated landscape. Palestinians in Lydd, Nazareth, Acre, Haifa and elsewhere have raised Palestinian flags in mass protest affirming the national and singular character of the Palestinian people and their collective call for liberation. Israel is once again conducting a large-scale aerial bombing campaign against the fourteen-year besieged Gaza Strip, killing scores of Palestinians and making thousands more homeless.

Meanwhile, in the United States, Palestinian death is treated as a byproduct of Israeli vulnerability.  The attempts to transform the conversation on Israeli state violence to a series of stale talking points about Hamas rockets reflect the thorough dehumanization of Palestinians and the abject disregard for Israeli military aggression. For decades, Palestinians have been subjects of academic research that scholars use to understand the functions of settler colonial state power. Yet in moments of crisis, we are humbly reminded that research and writing are not enough.

As Palestinian scholars write under the threat of settler colonial erasure and imposition of exile, it is understood that their ideas and experiences are inextricably bound to the intellectual project and tradition that is Palestinian studies. Living within a political context that challenges their very existence, it is imperative that we not enact their replacement and erasure within our own scholarship, as Palestinians are barred from the academy. Approaching Palestine as a field of knowledge, rather than a case study or site of theoretical extraction, demands engaging with the intellectual labor of its people as a genealogy of subjugated knowledge in praxis. Resisting their erasure from the historical record requires a citational practice that both names Palestinians as intellectual subjects and challenges the very intellectual discourse that relegates them to the margins.

We recognize our role and responsibility as scholars to theorize, read, and write on the very issues unfolding in Palestine and among all oppressed nations today. Scholarship without action normalizes the status quo and reinforces Israel’s impunity.

Scholarship must also be ethical by centering decolonization and raising the voices of Palestinian scholars, as well as other interlocutors, so that they remain sources of authority and not merely objects of study. We believe that the critical theory we generate in our literature and in our classrooms must be backed in deed. Therefore, we affirm that it is no longer acceptable to conduct research in Palestine or on Palestinians without a clear component of political commitment. It is no longer acceptable to study one fragment of Palestine, and claim knowledge of the whole. It is no longer acceptable to speak over Palestinians, or publish without citation of Palestinians scholars. Simply put, it is no longer acceptable to treat Palestine as a playground for intellectual curiosity while its fragmented nation continues to struggle for liberation.

Therefore, we affirm our commitment to the following actions, and we call on our colleagues to join us in our affirmation of the rights and dignity of the Palestinian people and foundational principles of academic integrity.

In the classroom and on campus, we commit to

Pressuring our academic institutions and organizations to respect the Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions of Israel by instating measures that remove complicity and partnership with military, academic, and legal institutions involved in entrenching Israel’s policies.
Supporting student activism on campus, including, but not limited to sponsoring joint events and holding our universities’ accountable for violations of academic freedom.
Highlighting Palestinian scholarship on Palestine in syllabi, our writing, and through invitation of  Palestinian scholars and community members to speak at departmental and university events.
Extending the above approach to any and all indigenous scholars within the university, and any Indigenous communities within the vicinity.
Centering Indigenous analyses in teaching and drawing links to intersectional oppression and transnational liberation movements.

In our research, we will actively

Include Palestine as a space and place worthy of substantive and historical integration into critical theory, not only as a case in a list of colonial examples.
Work to engage methods which highlight and elevate the voices and experiences of the places and moments we study over our own positions.

In places where we reside, we will

Support community efforts and legislation to pressure our governments to end funding Israeli military aggression.

Signatories Affiliation/Institution Department   Noura Erakat Rutgers University Africana Studies Sherene Seikaly University of California, Santa Barbara History Nour Joudah University of California, Los Angeles Geography Randa M. Wahbe Harvard University Anthropology Tareq Radi New York University American Studies Mezna Qato University of Cambridge History Dina Omar Yale University Anthropology Samer Anabtawi George Washington University Political Science Lana Tatour University of South Wales School of Social Sciences Basma Hajir University of Cambridge Faculty of Education Samee Sulaiman Brown University Anthropology Rahim Kurwa University of Illinois, Chicago Criminology, Law, and Justice Robin D.G. Kelley UCLA History J. Kēhaulani Kauanui Wesleyan University American Studies and Anthropology Tamar Ghabin New York University American Studies Hesham Sallam Stanford University Omar Jabary Salamanca Free University of Brussels (ULB) Political Science Lisa Hajjar University of California – Santa Barbara Sociology Maya Mikdashi Rutgers University Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Nasser Abourahme New York University Paola Rivetti Dublin City University Law and Government Isis Nusair Denison University Women’s and Gender Studies & International Studies Samia Errazzouki University of California, Davis History Rosie Bsheer Harvard University History Abdel Razzaq Takriti University of Houston History Alex Winder Brown University Middle East Studies Dean Itsuji Saranillio New York University Social and Cultural Analysis Sara Awartani Harvard University Charles Warren Center Ebony Coletu Pennsylvania State University African American Studies Marwa Daoudy Georgetown University Center for Contemporary Arab Studies C. Māhealani Ahia University of Hawai’i Mānoa English Kahala Johnson University of Hawai’i Mānoa Political Science Fida Adely Georgetown University Arab Studies, School of Foreign Service George Bisharat UC Hastings College of the Law Law Anthony Alessandrini City University of New York English & Middle Eastern Studies Gina Athena Ulysse University of California, Santa Cruz Feminist Studies Marwa Daoudy Georgetown University Center for Contemporary Arab Studies Francesca Biancani Bologna University Dept of Political and Social Sciences Susan Slyomovics University of California, Los Angeles Anthropology Jemima Pierre UCLA African American Studies & Anthropology Sa’ed Atshan Swarthmore College Peace and Conflict Studies Anny Gaul University of Maryland Arabic Studies Cynthia Franklin U. of Hawai’i English Miriam R Lowi The College of New Jersey Political Science Adel Iskandar Simon Fraser University School of Communication Jenny Kelly University of California, Santa Cruz Feminist Studies and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Andrew Ross New York University Social and Cultural Analysis Hadeel Assali Columbia University Anthropology Nada Moumtaz University of Toronto Study of Religion Thuy Linh Nguyễn Tu New York University SCA Aisha Mershani Gettysburg College Interdisciplinary Studies David Kanbergs New York University Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Maryam Griffin University of Washington Bothell School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Gina Velasco Gettysburg College Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Simone Kolysb Hood College Sociology Jennifer Mogannam University of California, Davis Omnia El Shakry University of California, Davis History Stacy D Fahrenthold University of California Davis History Maritza Geronimo University of California, Los Angeles Geography Loubna Qutami UCLA Asian American Studies Kimberly Miranda UCLA Chicana/o and Central American Studies Hanna Alshaikh Harvard University History/Center for Middle Eastern Studies John Smolenski University of California, Davis History Sherine Hamdy University of California, Irvine Anthropology Bayan Abusneineh University of California, San Diego Ethnic Studies Marya Hannun Georgetown University Arabic and Islamic Studies Esmat Elhalaby UC Davis History Samer Alatout University of Wisconsin, Madison Community and Environmental Sociology Kristian E Vasquez UC Santa Barbara Department of Chican@ Studies Ben Weinger UCLA Geography Candace Fujikane University of Hawai’i English Joy L Enomoto University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Pacific Islands Studies Zakia Salime Rutgers University Women’s Studies Rosalie Rubio George Washington University Political Science Sarah Ihmoud The College of the Holy Cross Sociology and Anthropology Osama Tanous Emory University Public Health Anjali Nath UC Davis Stephen Sheehi William & Mary Decolonizing Humanities Project Qais Assali Vanderbilt University Lara Sheehi George Washington University Clinical Psychology Lieba Faier University of California, Los Angeles Geography Michael Taussig Columbia University Anthropology Osama Abi-Mershed Georgetown University History Rochelle Davis Georgetown University Center for Contemporary Arab Studies Seleeke Flingai Vera Institute of Justice Jeff Jacobs Columbia University Political Science Dina Al-Kassim University of British Columbia Institute for Social Justice Sunaina Maira UC Davis Asian American Studies Adrien Zakar Stanford University History Aamer Ibraheem Columbia University Anthropology Keith Feldman UC Berkeley Ethnic Studies Adam Moore UCLA Geography Charles Hirschkind UC Berkeley Anthropology Sima Shakhsari UMN GWSS Ruba Salih SOAS, University  of London Anthropology and Sociology Ernest Tjia The Pennsylvania State University English/Literary and Cultural Studies Noura Alkhalili Lund University Human Ecology/ Human Geography Rami Salameh Birzeit University Department of Philosophy and Cultural Studies Nadeem Karkabi University of Haifa Anthropology Ziad Abu-Rish Bard College Human Rights and the Arts Adam Hanieh University of Exeter Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies Hana Sleiman University of Cambridge History Nesreen Hussein Middlesex University, London Performing Arts Laura Adwan Bethlehem University Department of Humanities Chrystel Oloukoi Harvard University Black Studies / Anthropology Bill V. Mullen Purdue University Emeritus Professor of American Studies Yara Hawari University of Exeter Middle East Studies Caitlin Procter European University Institute Department of Political and Social Sciences Polly Withers LSE Department of media and communications Samer Abboud Villanova GIS Mandy Turner University of Manchester Conflict, Peace and Humanitarian Studies Nesreen Hussein Middlesex University, London Department of Performing Arts Nayrouz Abu Hatoum Concordia University Anthropology Galen Stolee Harvard University Anthropology Brian Kelly Queen’s University Belfast Reader in History Ilan Pappe University of Exeter Director ECPS Ajantha Subramanian Harvard University Anthropology and South Asian Studies James Eastwood Queen Mary University of London Politics and International Relations Manijeh Moradian Barnard College, Columbia University WGSS Sharri Plonski Queen Mary University of London School of Politics and International Relations Ikram Masmoudi University of Delaware Arabic studies D Jaber Bard College Human Rights & International Law Emma Gieben-Gamal University of Edinburgh Design Cultures Elizabeth Perego App State History Amulya Mandava Harvard University Anthropology Elizabeth Bishop Texas State University San Marcos Department of History Jasmine Hazel Shadrack National Coalition for Independent Scholars Independent/Visiting Lecturer. 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Hundreds of Princeton Faculty, Students Sign Letter Opposing Israel’s ‘Jewish Supremacy’BY MATTHEW IMPELLI ON 5/20/21 AT 10:08 AM EDT

Hundreds of faculty members and students from Princeton University signed an open letter condemning the continued attacks by Israeli armed forces against Palestinian people in Gaza and expressed opposition to “Jewish supremacy.”

The letter, which appeared in the independent student newspaper, the Daily Princetonian, was titled “Princeton University community statement of solidarity with the Palestinian people.”

As of Thursday, the letter had received signatures from over 60 staff and faculty members, as well as hundreds from Princeton alumni, undergraduate and graduate students.

The letter began by saying, “We, members of the Princeton University community, condemn the ongoing attacks on the Palestinian people in Gaza by the Israeli armed forces…We condemn the displacement of Palestinian families in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of East Jerusalem.”

As the letter continued, the writers, who are only identified in the Daily Princetonian as “guest contributors,” said that they “stand by” assessments from Human Rights Watch and the Israeli human rights organization B’Tselem, which both referred to the situation in Israel as an “apartheid.”

“The brutal system that controls Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories is ideologically founded upon Jewish supremacy, rules over the lives of Arab and Jewish citizens of Israel alike, and is practically committed to territorial theft from Palestinians who continue to resist physical removal and existential erasure,” the letter said.

The authors of the letter also expressed support for a “Palestine and Praxis” open letter that was signed by hundreds of scholars from universities across the globe, calling on academic institutions to “respect the Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions of Israel by instating measures that remove complicity and partnership with military, academic, and legal institutions involved in entrenching Israel’s policies.”

The publication of the letter in the Daily Princetonian comes amid escalated violence between Israeli military forces and the Gaza-based Palestinian group known as Hamas.======================================
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MAY 18, 2021
TCDSU, TCD BDS Call on College Researchers to Boycott Israeli AcademiaOver 200 Palestinians have died over the past week due to Israeli airstrikes.Jody DruceSENIOR STAFF WRITER

Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) and the TCD BDS campaign group have called on College academics to sign a pledge to boycott Israeli academia.

A Google Form where staff members can sign the pledge has been sent to all heads of Trinity’s schools.

The pledge, which is part of an open letter written by Scholars for Palestinian Freedom, calls for an “institutional academic boycott” until “Israel complies with international law and universal principles of human rights”.

The letter states: “In the classroom and on campus, we commit to pressuring our academic institutions and organizations to respect the Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions of Israel by instating measures that remove complicity and partnership with military, academic, and legal institutions involved in entrenching Israel’s policies.”

It also includes a pledge to support “student activism on campus, including, but not limited to sponsoring joint events and holding our universities’ accountable for violations of academic freedom” and a pledge to highlight “Palestinian scholarship on Palestine in syllabi, our writing, and through invitation of Palestinian scholars and community members to speak at departmental and university events.”

Signatories of the letter also commit to actively including Palestine as “a space and place worthy of substantive and historical integration into critical theory, not only as a case in a list of colonial examples”.

The letter also includes a commitment to “support community efforts and legislation to pressure our governments to end funding Israeli military aggression”.

TCD BDS is also holding a protest today in solidarity with Palestinians who are engaging in a general strike.

The description of the event on Facebook states: “Palestinians across Historic Palestine are observing tomorrow a General Strike to protest Israel’s massacres in Gaza and settler-colonial and apartheid repression and ethnic cleansing against Palestinian communities everywhere.”

“A call has gone out from families in Sheikh Jarrah, from Palestinians inside the Apartheid State of Israel, and from the occupied West Bank for solidarity actions across the globe!”, it added.

The groups are urging protesters to wear masks and to maintain social distancing protocols.

Conflict between Israel and the militant group Hamas continues to rage, despite US President Joe Biden’s calls for a ceasefire.

Israel airstrikes continued to bombard Gaza this morning, according to the Washington Post. Hamas’s rocket attacks have slowed, as Israeli airstrikes close off the group’s underground tunnels and disable its launch sites.

Some 212 Palestinians have died in Gaza due to Israeli airstrikes, while the death toll in Israel stands at 10.

The Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement works to end international support for Israel in the context of the country’s treatment of Palestinians.

In 2018, students voted for Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) to support the BDS campaign.

Correction: May 20th, 2021
A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that the open letter had been circulated by the Irish Academics for Palestine. In fact, it had been circulated by Scholars for Palestinian Freedom.

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