echinococcus – She’s engaging with the culture that’s occupying her ancestral homeland. I don’t see that as collaboration; but rather as confrontation. I think it takes a lot of guts, on her part; entering the belly of the beast. You’d seriously prefer that she attend another American university? How is that going to help the cause of Palestine? And, yes, she’s been disadvantaged, by the Zionist takeover of Palestine, even though she ended up in America. Therefor, she too deserves access to whichever resources she wants to get her to where she’s going, which is to effectively serve her people, however she sees the need. Seriously, where do you think the future leaders of Palestine are going to come from? You think it’s irrelevant, that the Israeli Prime Minister is an American? No, it makes perfect sense, that he is; because the USA is the superpower that decides what happens in Palestine. He comes here, and talks American; and our pathetic excuses for leaders, feel comfortable. How comfortable do you think they felt with Arafat? Not much. She’s the woman, who can say it, so our idiots can understand. And this is definitely part of the vision, of the purpose of Hebrew University, as foreseen by its founder: Judah L. Magnes, American. He endured decades of Zio-fascist crap, for what? So we could feel all righteous, giving grief to a determined young Palestinian-American pursuing her destiny as she sees it? Wrong. He had a vision of Palestine that would transcend mere Zionism, and become a model of peace and cooperation for the world. He laid this stepping-stone for her; and she is his legacy. Which is how Human rolls; and how Earth is redeemed.