He wanted to call the Israeli flag a “disease”: this is how students at Tel Aviv University reacted

Protest at Tel Aviv University: Students from Mata Lavi, the student cell affiliated with the Likud movement, expressed their protest today (Monday) against Dr. Anat Matar, a lecturer in the Department of Philosophy, after uploading a photo of the university library decorated with Israeli flags in honor of Independence Day. That’s what a disease looks like. “

As mentioned, the students from Mata Lavi chose to express their protest during Dr. Matar’s lecture. According to the students, the lecturer did not agree to have a discussion on the subject and claimed that they were interfering with the lecture. Claimed to be intrusive and rude.

Lavie cell protests against lecturer calling Israeli flags “sick” (Photo: Likud youth spokeswoman)

The protesting students were left to sit with Israeli flags on them throughout the lecture. They further added that the lecturer did not apologize for her remarks and that “she does not seem to understand the severity of the things she wrote.”

The Likud youths said: “We congratulate our students from Mata Lavi at Tel Aviv University for not shying away from the post-Zionist statements of a university lecturer and this morning proudly waving the Israeli flag in front of her eyes. The Israeli flag, national anthem and symbols are pride for all of us. Of Dr. Anat Matar, who called the Israeli flags a disease, should be denounced by the University of Tel Aviv in particular and Israeli society in general. “

Source: Maariv.co.il – חדשות מהארץ והעולם by www.maariv.co.il.

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