Tuesday, May 24, 2005


To Al Jazeera and the Arab world its "controversial" to state Israel has a right to exist? Imagine that?

And Palestinian 'academics' state 'when they achieve their full independence' then they would 'normalize' relations with Israel?

The only problem is Israel doesn't need them, they need Israel. And until they stop educating kids in a culture of hatred and glory to murder Jews, then there will never be peace and Israel will not nor should not engage in assisting any Palestinian state to be. However, this give and take never occurs on any radar screen nor does a definition of what 'independence' is defined as, ie.. the destruction of Israel.

Further, an Al Quds Professor flat out admits that its University can not continue without consultation and interaction with Hebrew University, a University which educates and graduates Arabs every year. Amazing because Al Quds, which Israel help build, is the college that had a full model display of a suicide bombed Sbarro's pizzeria with 'Jewish bodyparts' strewn on the ceiling, floor and out the window. This is supposed to be among the better of Palestinian Universities.

Palestinian union wants academic fired

'A Palestinian teachers union has called for the dismissal of Al-Quds University President Sari Nussaiba for "normalising ties with Israel" and "serving Israeli propaganda interests"...' (hat tip Solomonia)

"This constitutes a strong blow to the Palestinian national consensus against normalisation with Israel," said the statement.

"We call on all concerned parties within the Palestinian Authority, including President Mahmoud Abbas and the Higher Education Council, to take the necessary measures to put an end to this behaviour, which doesn't represent the position of the Palestinian university teachers and employees, and dismiss the president of the Al-Quds University."

The statement also accused Nussaiba of acting against a recent decision by Britain's Association of University Teachers to boycott Israel's Haifa and Bar Ilan universities.

Last week, Nussaiba, who signed a cooperation agreement with Hebrew University, reportedly criticised the British boycott, describing it as "wrong and unjustified".

He was quoted as saying that "problems should be resolved through dialogue not through sanctions".

Nussaiba's remarks angered the Palestinian academic community, which accused Nussaiba of

  1. "allowing himself to be used by the powerful Israeli lobby for the purpose of perpetuating Israeli settlement expansion in the West Bank".

Speaking to Aljazeera.net, a number of Palestinian academics denounced Nussaiba for what they said was "acting against Palestinian interests".

However, Al-Quds University official Imad Abu Kishk defended Nussaiba's "overtures toward the Israeli society".

"We must open bridges between us and the Israeli society. Sharon is hermetically closing Jerusalem and cutting it off from the West Bank; he is stealing our land and building more colonies. Hence, we must communicate with the Israeli society and tell Israeli Jews that what Sharon is doing is wrong," Abu Kishk told Aljazeera.net.

He added that cooperation with Hebrew University was necessary for the survival of Al-Quds University.

Abu Kishk declined to elaborate on Nussaiba's criticisms of the British union's boycott decision.

"I have not read his statements in this regard, but I can tell you that we will never have any dealings with the settler college in Ariel," Abu Kishk said.

However, Muhammad Abu Zaid, head of the Beir Zeit University Union of Teachers and Employees, dismissed Kishk's arguments as "spurious and inconsistent".

"The world must understand that there is no symmetry between the occupied and the occupier. When we achieve freedom and independence, we can then cooperate with the Israelis as free men and women, not as subjects and slaves with no civil, political or even human rights.

Controversial figure

The Geneva initiative recognisedIsrael as a Jewish state Nussaiba, son of the Jordanian minister of defence during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, Anwar Nussaiba, has been a controversial figure.

Two years ago, he and a former head of the domestic Israeli intelligence service, the Shin Bet, signed in Switzerland the so-called Geneva initiative, which stipulated that Israel had the right to be an exclusive Jewish state.

Nussaiba was accused of giving attention to Israeli needs while ignoring Palestinian rights.


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