Wednesday, November 20, 2013

  • Wednesday, November 20, 2013
  • Elder of Ziyon
As I reported on Monday,  Brandeis University cut ties with Al Quds University over its shameful tolerance of hate on campus and its blaming "extremist Jews" for bringing it to light.

The question is, what other universities does Al Quds partner with?

In its 2006 annual report, Al Quds wrote:
In the field of academic cooperation and scientific research, the (Al-Quds) university continued to open new horizons of cooperation with numerous international universities in the US. These include: Columbia, Brandeis, Dearborn, Wayne State University, MIT, Tufts, George Mason, and Leslley. The (Al-Quds) university has excellent ties with numerous German universities like Heidelberg, Hohenheim, Karlsruhe and the Berlin Free University. The same is true regarding French universities like Paris 4, Paris 8, Bordeaux University and Lille University. We also have agreements with the Ricardo Palma University in South America, and more.

With regard to Canadian universities, especially Toronto and McGill and other universities, the (Al-Quds) university has had good ties with them for some time.

In addition, Al Quds has a partnership with Bard College, written up in the New York Times and funded by USAID and George Soros' Open Society Foundation.

USAID seems to do a lot with Al Quds.

York University in Ontario has expanded agreements with Al Quds.

George Washington University Medical school has a joint program with Al Quds.

Rutgers  worked on a joint brain research study with Al Quds funded by National Institutes of Health..

Harvard has jointly published an anti-Israel report with Al Quds.

Oberlin created a joint program with Al Quds and Tel Aviv University.

Purdue has a water resource management program with a number of schools, including Al Quds and Technion.

American Universiy Law School partners with Al Quds.

The New School has a "co-existence initiative" with Al Quds.

Smith College.

Loughborough University in the United Kingdom, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Sweden and the National Technical University of Athens in Greece partner with Al Quds and two other Palestinian Arab universities on environmental issues.

(h/t @afagerbakke, Ibn Boutros, Josh R.)

UPDATE: I found Al Quds 2011 annual report. It also mentions Syracuse U, Montana U, Tufts U, Drexel U, Berkeley U and Babson College in the US; Western Ontario U, British Columbia U, McGill U and Toronto U in Canada, and many European universities including and Napoli University, Santa Anna University, Turin U, Ferrara U, Verona U, Antwerp U, Marie Curie U, Renne U, and Bordeaux U.

UPDATE 2: After Brandeis cut ties, Al Quds' president condemned the rallies when asked explicitly by Times of Israel. In English, naturally.He's nervous. (h/t Bob Knot)

I found the original outrageous statement in Arabic on the Al Quds site.

UPDATE 3: Syracuse U has cut ties with Al Quds. (h/t Bob Knot)

UPDATE 4:  Bard said it will maintain ties; GW Medical School said it will re-evaluate ties. (h/t Bob Knot)



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