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February 20, 2012 10:13 am

Ivy League Professor Explains How to Incorporate Anti-Israel Agenda into Curriculum (VIDEO)

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BDS protest. Photo: wiki commons.

In early February, the founder of Electronic Intifada gathered with other activists on the campus of University of Pennsylvania for the 2012 BDS Conference.

Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) is a movement aimed at delegitimizing Israel, started by Palestinian groups in 2005.

During the conference, Amy English, who is a professor of English at UPenn, spoke about how her acadmeic colleagues can incorporate anti-Israel information into their courses.  Her explanation, which you can view in the video below, came in response to a question of how to use BDS information in courses where the material is unrelated to Israel.

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