Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Harvard is so quick

When Kanaan Makiyya first started to support American wars in the Middle East, Harvard was quick to extend an invitation to him as a fellow, even though he does not carry a PhD and has not finished his studies at MIT--although he uses the name in all of his CVs.  When Sadiq Al-Azm was a Marxist supporter of the Palestinian resistance, he never was invited by an American University.  As soon as he started attacking Edward Said and advocating colonial democracy, the Zionists at Princeton took notice and invited him, followed by the Wilson Center in DC.  Now Harvard has took notice and invited Al-Azm there.  What do you expect from a university that extended a fellowship to Amin Gemayyel and to Amram Mitzna.