The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) released a study arguing that an education partnership by Texas A&M University could be making advanced nuclear technology and weapons manufacturing capabilities available to foreign governments and entities hostile to the U.S.
ISGAP, a nonprofit organization that researches the origins, processes, and manifestations of global antisemitism, says its research indicates the Texas-brd institution of higher education’s partnership with the Middle Eastern state of Qatar is facilitating the risky alliance.
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