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The Socialist Party also demanded the seizure of all the magazine's copies, while the Union of Jewish Students of France (UEJF) has demanded legal action for incitement to racial hatred.
According to BBC, Twitter had earlier fought a legal suit filed by France's Union of Jewish Students (UEJF) to find out who was behind the tweets, however, Twitter failed the battle and agreed to give out the data.
The Summer University of the European Union of Jewish Students is taking place in Bulgaria August 23-29, 2010.
A report by the Union of Jewish Students (UJS) has claimed: "The extremist Islamist group Hizb ut Tahrir are still prevalent on campuses.
Tamar Shchory, chairman of the World Union of Jewish Students, described the vote as "frightening", adding: "The climate of hostility towards the state of Israel and Jewish students is getting stronger.
In addition, AJC has association agreements with two pan-European bodies, the European Union of Jewish Students and the European Council of Jewish Communities, plus Jewish communities in nine EU countries - Czech Republic, Greece, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia and Spain, and, especially importantly for this occasion, Bulgaria and Romania.
Jonathan Levy, chairman of the Union of Jewish Students, said Mr Senitt led the Union with "distinction and pride".
Mitch Simmons, of the Union of Jewish Students, said: "Groups such as Hizb ut-Tahrir and al-Muhajiroun pose a serious threat and Dundee is one of the campuses being monitored by our group.