Tabitha Korol
January 18, 2012
Harvard: the higher madrassa
By Tabitha Korol

Harvard's mission statement contains words such as: open the minds, respect ideas, critical thought, productive cooperation, developing full intellectual and human potential — not to mention explore, advance knowledge and promote understanding.

Under the direction of anti-Semitic activist Paul Beran, a product of supercessionist Presbyterianism, Harvard has become a hotbed of boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) against one country in all the world, Israel — the one country in the Middle East that is actually the only voice of compassion and justice. The assigned readings and visiting speakers have been entirely pro-Palestinian (pro-totalitarianism and anti-democracy), such as Ilan Pappé, Noam Chomsky, and Richard Falk (among the most infamous in their demonic category), influenced by the works of no less than the epitome of evil, George Soros (a very disturbed but wealthy and influential man), with representatives from one of his many nefarious organizations, Jewish Voice for Peace.

In so doing, Harvard has negated the intent of its mission, as there can be no opening of minds, if they're taught Islamic propaganda; no respect, if those who speak do not even respect themselves; no critical thought, if the minds are closed in hate; no productive cooperation, if only the Palestinian narrative is presented; no exploration, no knowledge, and positively no promotion of understanding. How does the college justify accepting fees for a thorough education while reneging on its contract with the students?

I understood Harvard's undergraduates were to be broadly educated in seven areas considered indispensable: Foreign Cultures, Historical Study, Literature and Arts, Moral Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Science, and Social Analysis. There is no doubt that the Palestinian bias instilled in the minds of staff and students has already betrayed at least five, and how do they reconcile the immorality of betrayal to an entire Jewish people — again.

When most of the world is already familiar with taqiyyah, lies encouraged by the Koran for warfare (and Islam is in constant 1400-year warfare against the infidel), and the spread of Islamic propagandist war waged by Muslims worldwide for the purpose of usurpation of all lands and the conversion or death of people of all five major religions for global jihad, how is it that Harvard's administration is not investigating or in control of the libelous textbooks and other means of incitement to hate and destroy? Why has Harvard joined the war against Israel and, by extension, all democracies including our own? For "All that is required for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing."

Their silence is indicative of complicity and encouragement of Beran's plan to destroy the Jewish state, their only safehaven and homeland, Israel (compared to 57 Islamic nations and 19+ official Christian nations), and the cessation of all of Israel's accomplishments and gifts to the world (verified by Nobel prizes bestowed). The school is also emboldening a very violent people to persist in their destruction of churches, Christian antiquities, and Christians themselves; to continue accepting the major share of all UNRWA funds to increase their supply of weapons, and they are helping them spread the inhumane Shari'a law within the Middle East, into Europe, and now into Oklahoma and the balance of the United States. Harvard is supporting the ideology of George Soros, the Muslim Brotherhood, and CAIR — despotism.

Harvard's heavily funded Saudi Outreach Center has been a shock to the Massachusetts education officials who've seen the distorted political agenda enter the minds of the teachers and K-12 students. The textbooks have been declared absurd and fundamentally flawed, with their promotion of a totalitarian dogma.

Beran is responsible for severe anti-Israel activism, untrue defamatory accusations against the enrollment into a Harvard Business School course (2007) of Israeli Chief of Staff Dan Halutz, and demonizing Israel and her safety wall that has successfully kept many deadly terrorists from killing more Israeli citizens (many countries have walls for isolation and protection). His "Cores of the Conflict" slides ignore Israel's safety concerns in a most dangerous position as one/one- thousandth of Arab land, while showing only Palestinian demands and deceptions. And in-house Sara Roy extols the virtues of Hamas, terrorists on the SecState list of terrorists — which is tantamount to sedition.

Despite available facts, the Harvard Outreach Center continues its ideologically-driven incompetence and unscholarly dissemination of hate. Why is the president permitting this at the university? Are there plans to support bona fide scholarship righteously, or to dismiss Beran's influence? Are there plans for additional Saudi financial influences in the school's future? Where does Harvard's administration intend to outreach in the future for truth and justice, and to save Israel and America from the stealth destruction that is being waged?

© Tabitha Korol

 

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Tabitha Korol

Tabitha Korol began her political writing letters to the editor after her retirement, and earned an award from CAMERA (Committee on Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America) "in recognition of outstanding letter-writing in 2009 to promote fair and factual reporting about Israel." She was cited as one of America's modern-day, articulate, patriotic women in Frederick William Dame's Three American Fur Hat Fighters for Freedom.

Her essays appear on Arutz Sheva, Conservative News and Views, Dr. Swier, Grumpy Opinions, IsraelNewsTalkRadio, Israel's Voice, Jewish Press, JewishVoiceNY, New Media Journal, RenewAmerica, Tea Party Express, WebCommentary, Western Free Press and others. She revised David Silberman's book of Holocaust survivors' accounts for publication, and proofreads/edits for a monthly city newsletter.

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