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I just heard an account of former Roosevelt professor Douglas Giles' experiences in a censorship case vs. the university, specifically his department head Susan Weininger. It centred around Weiningers insistence that Giles should not allow students to have freedom to ask questions in his history of world religions class, and that he should avoid all mention of Zionism, Palestinians, the Islamic idea of the holiness of Jerusalem/Al-Quds, because "it opened up Judaism to criticism" For more details here's the CBC broadcast that I heard (Part 2):  - it's also available on itunes. This seems like a fairly significant case that has recieved some international attention - I think a short mention of it would be relavent - anyone else agree? --Internal Globe 16:50, 7 September 2009 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Internal Globe (talk • contribs)