Is Stephen Hawking right to boycott Israel?

May 2013
Daily Mail;5/16/2013, p57
IF PROFESSOR Stephen Hawking is boycotting Shimon Peres's Jerusalem Presidential Conference 'in solidarity with the Palestinians' (Mail), perhaps he can explain why Munib al-Masri, a leading member of the Palestinian Legislative Council, is attending.


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