Bar-Ilan University’s appointments committee decided recently not to
grant tenure or promote a lecturer, reportedly because of her
political leanings.

Associates of Dr. Ariella Azoulay, who teaches visual culture and
contemporary philosophy in Bar-Ilan’s Hermeneutics and Cultural
Studies Program, and who has published books against the occupation,
said: “The university has no germane reason to disqualify Ariella
other than her positions. This is a political decision disguised as a
professional one.”

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