Law professor files IRS whistleblower complaint against anti-Israel academic boycott group

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When the National Council of the American Studies Association endorsed the academic boycott of Israel in early December, and put the boycott Resolution to a quick membership vote, I wondered how the ASA National Council could do such a thing not just on the merits, but because the boycott put ASA’s tax-exempt status at risk.

I stated my intention of filing a challenge to that tax-exempt status should the Resolution pass and the academic boycott go into effect.

The ASA membership approved the boycott Resolution with less than a quarter of the total membership voting for it (there was such low turnout, that was enough).

Full story: Anti-Israel academic boycott group’s tax-exempt status challenged