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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionBDS’ Michael Deas explains the thinking behind the boycott The professor’s 5 September email was shared days later on social media by Club Z, a youth Zionist organisation based in California. Masha Merkulova, executive director of Club Z, described Prof Cheney-Lippold’s email as “bigotry and discrimination”. “Nobody is preventing him from expressing his political views,” she told the BBC. “Those truly interested in promoting peace in the region should work to build bridges, instead of engaging in boycotts.” In addition to accusations of anti-Semitism from Israel supporters, online critics have said Prof Cheney-Lippold overstepped in his role as an educator by imposing his political beliefs on a student. A University of Michigan spokeswoman told the BBC in a statement that “injecting personal politics into a decision” about supporting a student is against the college’s beliefs. “While members of the University of Michigan community have a wide range of individual opinions on this and many other topics, the university has consistently opposed any boycott of Israeli institutions of higher education,” the statement said. In 2017, the college’s Board of Regents rejected a student government resolution to divest from pro-Israeli companies, saying boycotts and sanctions “offend [the] bedrock values of our great university”. Prof Cheney-Lippold told the BBC he has been receiving “a barrage of hate mail [and] death threats” since the email went viral, but that most people at the University of Michigan have been supportive. “I only ask that the university respect my right to maintain my view and that the public sees this as a non-violent protest,” he said. Ms Merkulova of Club Z told the BBC that by singling out the student who wanted to study in Israel, the professor was showing “prejudicial treatment”.
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(Andrew Harnik / Associated Press) On Monday, it seemed that the Senate had found a satisfactory way to deal with a California psychologist’s shocking allegation that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her when they were high school students, a claim the nominee has categorically denied. Both Christine Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh would testify Monday at reopened hearings of the Senate Judiciary Committee. But now the prospect of testimony by Ford is in doubt because of a request by her attorneys that her testimony be postponed until after a “full investigation by law enforcement officials.” An FBI investigation, they wrote in a letter to committee Chairman Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa), “will ensure that the crucial facts and witnesses in this matter are assessed in a nonpartisan manner, and that the committee is fully informed before conducting any hearing or making any decisions.” There’s no guarantee that an investigation would bring any more clarity, or that its findings would make a difference in how the committee questions Ford and Kavanaugh. But given the stakes here, it could only help to have the FBI try to shed more light on the situation before the hearing is held. Yet Grassley is standing firm. In a letter to the lawyers released on Wednesday, he repeated his invitation for Ford to testify on Monday, advising that if she decided to appear, her prepared remarks must be submitted by Friday at 10 a.m. As for the FBI, he insisted: “It is not the FBI’s role to investigate a matter such as this.” Given the stakes here, it could only help to have the FBI try to shed more light on the situation before the hearing is held. This is an obstructionist response that does no favors for Kavanaugh. As Grassley acknowledges elsewhere in his letter, it’s common practice for the FBI to conduct background investigations for Supreme Court nominees.
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