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    A proposal to mark strong criticisms of Israel as a form of discrimination generated intense debate at a meeting of the University of California's governing board on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. After hearing from dozens of speakers who gathered to protest or support the proposal – an eclectic group that included famous UC Berkeley professor and philosopher Judith Butler and Republican Assemblyman Travis Allen of Huntington Beach – the committee amended a section of the statement naming anti-Zionism as an example of discrimination with three more words: “anti-Semitic forms of” anti-Zionism.

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