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USC Cancels Valedictorian Speech Over Israel Comments Amid Security Concerns

by Sonia Park
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The University of Southern California (USC) has stirred controversy by canceling the valedictorian speech of Asna Tabassum, citing security concerns following her comments about Israel. This decision has sparked debates over freedom of speech, anti-Semitism, and the limits of expression on college campuses.

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Tabassum, who was set to deliver the valedictory address, allegedly posted links to a website characterizing Israel as "racist settlers." Her statements, deemed by some as anti-Semitic, triggered a backlash and led to USC's decision to cancel her speech.

In response to the cancellation. . .

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