In the court’s 20-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Rudolph Contreras wrote that the pro-Israeli group had “danced around key issues” and was unable to show that they had suffered enough monetary damages to warrant a federal case.
The Maryland General Assembly is considering legislation that would bar public universities from providing funds to academic organizations that support boycotts of Israel. Academics nationwide are speaking out against the measure.
As the debate over Israel’s policies rages, so, too, does the tone with which the debate plays out. And as pro-Palestinian advocates sound their opinions, the response varies, but some of the worst vitriol is leveled against those who associate themselves with the Boycott,