American Historical Association Rejects Anti-Israel Resolution
Members of the American Historical Association on Saturday voted down, 111 to 51, a resolution “upholding the rights of Palestinian faculty and students to pursue their education and research freely” and committing the AHA to “monitoring Israeli actions restricting the right to education in the occupied Palestinian territories,” among other points. The vote came at the association’s annual meeting here.
The association avoided voting on two similar anti-Israel resolutions last year because they were submitted after a key deadline.
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