Thursday, October 24, 2019

  • Thursday, October 24, 2019
  • Elder of Ziyon

Telegraph India reports that on October 14,  students at Jamia Millia Islamia University protested a medical infrastructure expo hosted at the university in which Israel showed some innovations.

The international conference titled "Global Health Zenith Confluence ’19" was seemingly organized by the Faculty of Architecture and Ekistics, which now denies any involvement. When students found out that there was going to be an Israeli presence, they protested.

Five students were being charged with discipline violations for their violent protest. Other students went on strike in solidarity, paralyzing the university.

On Wednesday, the university caved into all their demands. Besides giving amnesty to the students, the demand included an agreement that no Israelis would be allowed to participate in any university program.

Ironically, the students are calling this a victory for "freedom of expression."




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