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Monday, November 10, 2014

Walking Out on Apartheid

Last week, dozens of students and community members walked out of a lecture by the Israeli ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer. Stories Beneath the Shell reporter Sierra Kelley-Chung reports on the action.

http://umdsbs.com/events/566-students-protest-at-israeli-ambassador-lecture

"A lecture by Israeli ambassador Ron Dermer sparked opposition among students, who walked out and held signs in protest last night at The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center.

Dermer gave a lecture about the Israel-U.S. relationship and the role of Israel in the Middle East. The event was held at Gildenhorn Recital Hall in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, broadcasted live on UMTV and open to students and public.

During his lecture Dermer began to speak about the Israel Palestine conflict, stating that there was rocket fire in Israel, and one third of Israel was in bomb shelters for the first 50 days. A Palestinian student present at the lecture stood up and left, and a group of organized student protesters followed suit. They left the lecture quietly and held protesting signs that read, “end the illegal settlements,” “free Palestine,” and “apartheid not welcomed at UMD."

Read more here! http://umdsbs.com/events/566-students-protest-at-israeli-ambassador-lecture

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