Harvard shunned former Human Rights Watch director Ken Roth for his anti-Israel bias.
In May, the Kennedy School’s Carr Center for Public Policy extended an offer to former Human Rights Watch director Kenneth Roth; however, his acceptance has since been withdrawn.
Douglas Elmendorf, the center’s dean, overturned the choice after concluding that Roth’s tweets displayed anti-Israel bias.
Attorney and CEO of the International Legal Forum Arsen Ostrovsky discusses the decision and explains why it was the right choice.
‘I think Harvard ought to be applauded in this case’ @Ostrov_A says he believes Harvard made the right decision by shunning Israel critic Ken Roth after denying him a fellowship #ZoomIn | @davidmatlin pic.twitter.com/X07zo3knN1
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