File - Ireland-Palestine Solidarity protestors call for a boycott of Israel as they block the road outside of the Israeli Embassy in Dublin, Ireland, Thursday Nov. 15, 2012. (AP Photo / Niall Carson, PA)
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ASA scholars stand firm by Israel boycottMembers of a U.S.-based scholarly group redoubled their support for an academic boycott of Israel at a conference held by the American University of Beirut this week amid intense controversy and criticism from pro-Israel groups. At the conference this week, however, many ASA members reiterated their strong support for the motion.Steven Saleita, also an ASA member, was undeterred by the criticism the organization has faced from the presidents of some universities who have condemned the boycott.
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