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view of the campus over time," Peterson said.
"The University community is very divided
on this issue, and I would not agree with the
assertion that it is the broadly held view of
Peterson added that University President
Mary Sue Coleman, administrators and mem-
bers of the University's Board of Regents decide
whether these standards are met. Coleman has
said in the past that she doesn't support divest-
ment from Israel because the situation does not
meet these standards.
Presentation of the letter to Coleman and the
regents, initially planned for Nov. 15, is likely
to be postponed until winter term, said David
Skrbina, a Dearborn philosophy lecturer.
Skrbina said that while the names and number of
signatories will remain confidential until the letter is
released, roughly one-third of them are at the Dear-
born campus and two-thirds work in Ann Arbor. In
addition, the faculty coordinating the project will
continue to collect signatures until the letter is deliv-
ered, he said.
"We are at a very early stage in the process,"
Thomson said. "And until we know what the admin-
istration wants and needs, we're not going to put a
deadline on the letter. The issue is too important."
Rama Salhi, president of the pro-divestment
group Students Allied for Freedom and Equality,
said she hopes the letter will lead the University
to recognize that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is
an important issue.
"What the faculty and staff say and do seem
to hold more weight than what students say and
do," she said. "And one of the many excuses
from the administration is that there isn't
enough faculty or staff participating. This (let-
ter) will address that."
But Or Shotan, chair of the Israeli Students
Organization, said the letter could be misleading
in creating an impression of widespread support for
divestment among faculty.
"I'm sure there are more faculty (who don't) sup-
port divestment," he said.
He also cited the failure of an MSA resolution
supporting the formation of an advisory com-
mittee this year as evidence that divestment does
not enjoy the broad-based support the petition's
backers hope to demonstrate.
Shotan questioned the effectiveness of divest-
ment, saying the move would be divisive and not
"There's not going to be an end to this situa-
tion without dialogue," he said.
The divestment movement has also met with
limited success outside the University. The
U.S. Presbyterian Church is one of the few
organizations to sever ties with firms doing
business with Israel.
Democrats Stephen Rapundalo (left) and Leigh Greden (right) celebrate their victo-
ries in an Ann Arbor home after the City Council elections yesterday.
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For Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005
(March 21 to April 19)
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With both Mercury and Pluto in your
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YOU BORN TODAY You love the
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