Students Protest Terrorist's Talk on Campus

Student activists from across the political spectrum call on donors to boycott Tel Aviv U. over convicted terrorist's visit.

Yoni Kempinski and Ari Soffer,

Student protest at Tel Aviv University
Student protest at Tel Aviv University
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Students and activists launched the first in a series of protests opposing an upcoming visit by a convicted Hezbollah terrorist to Tel Aviv University.

The protest was jointly organized by several student groups - spanning Israel's wide political spectrum - who are outraged at the invitation to Mohammed Canaana, who is due to speak on campus tomorrow.

Arutz Sheva spoke to one of the organizers, Yanki Gottelf, a student leader for the Jewish Home (Bayit Yehudi) party.

Gottelf called on donors of the university to pull their funds, accusing the institution of "supporting terrorism".

"There are a lot of other universities and academic institutions in Israel," he said.

The loud but peaceful demonstration ended with the singing of Israel's national anthem, Hatikva.