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The large pro-Palestinian camp at the University of Sydney. Picture: NCA Newswire/Damian Shaw

USyd vice-chancellor: ‘river to sea’ and ‘intifada’ not hate speech

University of Sydney vice-chancellor Mark Scott says chants such as “intifada” and “from the river to the sea” do not cross the line into hate speech and insists his institution has acted where people have exceeded “legitimate protest”.

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