Category: ISGAP In The News

A&M-Qatar Partnership Raises National Security Concerns

By Justin DeSales – 9 January 2024 A new report from the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy has revealed that Texas A&M University may have received illicit funding and fostered a national security risk through its partnership with the Middle Eastern country of Qatar. Texas A&M has worked with the Qatar Foundation for […]

UPDATE: Response to Texas A&M’s President Statement About “False” And “Irresponsible” Reporting About The Qatar Campus

By Bill Oliver for WTAW – 9 January 2024 One organization that published information about Texas A&M’s Qatar campus that A&M’s president described as “false” and “irresponsible” has issued a response. An e-mail received by WTAW News from the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) says its “comprehensive report details the confidential business-academic […]

Texas A&M President responds to online claims regarding university, Qatar campus

By Matthew Gromala for KAGS TV – 8 January 2024 COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Editor’s Note: The attached video aired in August 2023. On Sunday, Texas A&M University President Gen. Mark A. Welsh III issued a statement about claims circulating online regarding the university and its branch campus in Qatar. Many of the claims reference the […]

Texas A&M faces scrutiny over questionable relationship with Qatar

New reports claim Texas A&M and other universities receive funding from Qatar with questionable contracts that give the country rights to the university’s research. The report suggests that Qatar owns all of the intellectual property from school research at Texas A&M, including nuclear, cybersecurity and robotics. Charles Asher Small, executive director at the Institute for […]

Probe into Qatar secretly securing US nuke and weapons information

By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL for the Jerusalem Post — JANUARY 5, 2024 Qatar’s regime was hit with a pressing call for US officials to investigate its alleged threats to American security over its access to sensitive atomic and weapons information on Thursday in a letter from The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy […]

Texas A&M Partnership with Qatar Could Expose Nuclear, Weapons Technology to U.S. Adversaries, Antisemitism Watchdog Reports

MATT STRINGERJAN for The Texan  — 5, 2024  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 […]

Researchers Warn Officials of Qatar Gaining Covert Control Over Nuclear & Weapons Development Research at Texas A&M

ISGAP research exposes Qatar’s undisclosed billion-dollar funding to Texas A&M in return for full Qatari ownership of over 500 research projects. NEW YORK, NY, USA, January 4, 2024 / — The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) have sent an urgent letter to senior US officials revealing alarming research findings exposing […]

College Campuses as a Strategic Threat to the West

By David Bernstein for the Jewish Policy Center • Winter 2024  By now it’s clear to anyone paying attention that many American college campuses have since October 7 become hotbeds of anti-Zionism and antisemitic fervor. One Jewish professor at a small liberal arts college in the Pacific Northwest, an institution you’re not hearing about in the news, […]

A century before Claudine Gay, Harvard helped Nazi Germany improve its image in the West

By MATT LEBOVIC  for the Times of Israel — 3 January 2024, 1:39 am Ninety years ago at Harvard University, campus administrators had what some historians call “friendly” relations with Nazi Germany. Whether Harvard president Claudine Gay’s resignation was catalyzed by a plagiarism scandal or her much-criticized lack of response to calls for the genocide of Jewish students, […]

Dark Money Nightmare’: How Qatar Bought the Ivy League

‘Dark Money Nightmare’: How Qatar Bought the Ivy League by Robert Williams for the Gatestone Institute —December 31, 2023  “At least 100 American colleges and universities illegally withheld information on approximately $13 billion in undocumented contributions from foreign governments, many of which are authoritarian…. Speech intolerance—manifesting as campaigns to investigate, censor, demote, suspend, or terminate speakers […]