At the University of Sydney the Students for Palestine group have been
told by their Student Union that they are not entitled to form a club,
and benefit from the facilities, for reasons no-one is allowed to disclose.
All present at the relevant meeting have been sworn to secrecy. So they’ve
called a protest rally later this month, which is also being advertised
by students from other universities: universities like Macquarie, also
in Sydney, whose Head of Security reportedly frogmarched several of
them off the campus for the ‘crime’ of leafleting outside
the library, occasioning complaints of “offensive behaviour”.

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