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University of Lethbridge faculty group speaks out against prof's suspension

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LETHBRIDGE, Alta. - The University of Lethbridge's faculty association is speaking out against the suspension of a professor whose online comments about the Holocaust and Israel have angered Jewish groups. Association president Andrea Amelinckx says the move violates provincial law and
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