Tel Aviv University has called off a lecture by Mohammed Kena’ana, who has served time for helping Hezbollah, Haaretz reported. Ken'ana was invited to speak by left-wing students, but right-wing students and others have been protesting the planned appearance. Originally the university refused to block the appearance, citing the principles of free expression. But the university reversed itself on Sunday and said that it was doing so not because of what the speaker might say, but because of "the threat to public order," and that there had not be enough time to organize security for the event.
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