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Harvard Students Protest Martin Peretz
Harvard Students Protest Martin Peretz
Scores of students at Harvard University held a protest Saturday condemning the school’s decision to honor Martin Peretz.
Tuesday, September 28,2010 11:26
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Scores of students at Harvard University held a protest Saturday condemning the school’s decision to honor Martin Peretz, the editor of the New Republic magazine. Students held signs with some of his own recent anti-Muslim remarks and then followed him out of the auditorium. Peretz recently wrote, "Muslim life is cheap, especially to other Muslims." He also wrote that Muslim Americans are not “worthy” of First Amendment rights and alleged that all Muslims are complicit in the “routine and random bloodshed that defines their brotherhood."

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