Israel Boycott Fight Moves to Norway
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The fight over academic boycotts of Israel -- which has been centered in Britain -- has shifted to Norway, The Jerusalem Post reported. The board of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology will consider a boycott proposal this month, at the request of professors. Israeli academic leaders are organizing a campaign against the plan.