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The anti-Zionist May 15 Coalition conducted a Middle East teach-in at Boston University last night despite threats of disruption by the Jewish Defense League (JDL).
No official JDL protestors appeared at the meeting, but a man yelling "Arab bastard" at speakers was ejected.
The teach-in was delayed when B.U. officials, citing telephoned threats from the JDL and an unnamed group, locked the group out of its original meeting site, the Law School Auditorium.
Conference leaders then moved the audience to a lounge in defiance of a B.U. administration ban on the gathering.
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