It is therefore fitting that it would partner with what is probably the most racist university in the world - An-Najah National University in the Palestinian Authority controlled town of Nablus.
How bad is An-Najah? Michael L fills in the blanks:
The ADL has this to say about An-Najah National University:
An-Najah University, in the West Bank city of Nablus, has been a flashpoint in the conflict between Israel and Palestinians since at least 1980, when violent anti-Israel protests led the Israeli military to close the school intermittently. Today the student council of An-Najah is known for its advocacy of anti-Israel violence and its recruitment of Palestinian college students into terrorist groups. The council, almost completely controlled by factions loyal to Hamas, Islamic Jihad and Fatah, glorifies suicide bombings and propagandizes for jihad against Israel. Hamas has described An-Najah as a"greenhouse for martyrs."
Al-Najah is the largest university in the territories and "the terrorist recruitment, indoctrination and radicalization of students for which al-Najah is known typically take place via various student groups," among them the Hamas-affiliated Islamic Bloc. "Of the thirteen members of Al-Najah's 2004 student council, eight," he says - "including the chairperson - belong to Hamas's Islamic Bloc."
The Facebook page of the National University’s Islamic student group of An-Najah University in Nablus, a school funded by USAID, called for murder of Jews posting this picture of a religious Jews hiding in fear and the Islamic source from the Hadith that the PA interprets as anticipating the genocide of Jews.
Tree: “O Muslim, O servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me – come kill him.”
Note: The Islamic belief that Jews will be killed by Muslims as a precursor to the Resurrection appears in the Hadith (sayings and practices attributed to Islam's Prophet Muhammad).This Islamic tradition asserts that as the killing of Jews progresses, Jews will hide behind stones and trees, but they will expose the Jews and call out: "Oh Muslim, servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him." Only one tree, called the Gharqad, will hide the Jews from the Muslims.
Writing in the Jerusalem Post, Mel Alexenberg tells us:
A group of An-Najah art students constructed a replica of the Sbarro pizzeria, site of the massacre.
Visitors pushed to see realistically sculpted body parts and pizza slices strewn throughout an environment set for a performance artwork.
Wearing a terrorist’s military uniform and black mask, the performance artist entered the mock pizzeria under a sign reading “Kosher Sbarro” and set off a simulated explosion to the cheers of the crowd. Upon entering and leaving, the visitors enthusiastically wiped their feet on Israeli and American flags used as doormats.
That is the school SFSU has chosen to partner with. Israel Thrives has written extensively about his Alma Mater in the past