A human rights complaint involving Carleton University is about to be heard by the province's human rights tribunal.

A group called 'Students Against Israeli Apartheid' claims the university trampled their freedom of expression.

The group ran into trouble with administrators in February in regards to an advertising campaign that depicted an Israeli warplane firing a rocket on a Palestinian child. The posters were removed from campus.

University officials say the claims are completely unfounded.

The case is scheduled to begin mediation on Sept. 1.