Neetu Arnold, Senior Research Associate of the National Association of Scholars (NAS) has done what amounts to an expose of the politicization of campus Middle East studies centers. What began as – let's say, a coincidence of timing between generous Arab donations to university study centers offering a pro-Arab, anti-Israel slant, has combined with U.S.-funded radical leftist politics, expanding the politicization trend into K-12 schools.
Arnold dates the phenomenon to a change of tactics after Arab failures to achieve their goals on the battlefield in the Six-Day and Yom Kippur Wars. By making generous dedicated gifts to universities, Arabs could subvert universities' educational mission into a propaganda mission. The report's introduction explains.
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