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Leaflets at Haifa U call for Arabs to reoccupy Jerusalem
Arab students distribute pamphlets calling for the reoccupation of capital; material not sanctioned by university. 'They are guilty of incitement,' says MK Miller

Arab students attending the Haifa University distributed on Tuesday a leaflet titles "The Palestinian Student's Journal," which featured texts regarding the reoccupying of Jerusalem.

 

 

 

The leaflet was distributed, they said, to mark both the anniversary of Former Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat's death, as well as the Arab Keffiyeh Day.  


The leaflet. Unsanctioned material. (Photo: Gil Yohanan)

 

The flyers – unlike the university's Arab Students' Union's leaflets – were not sanctioned by the university and campus security was able to seize and confiscate a portion of them.

 

MK Alex Miller (Yisrael Beiteinu) told Ynet that he had the material reviewed by a legal counsel and that he intended to file a police report against its distributors.

 

"The students distributing this material are guilty of incitement and are not worthy to be neither the university's students nor citizens of Israel," said Miller.

 

"I intend to demand President Shimon Peres' involvement in denouncing the leaflets' writers and distributors," he added.

 

Haifa University told Ynet that "when any such material is found on campus grounds it is immediately confiscate by our security guards."

 

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