The video produced by Professor Quawas' students

Published: October 31, 2012 GMT

A war of education is taking place in Jordan and it comes down to the most basic of questions: does the prestige of a university top the rights of an individual professor?
The video produced by Professor Quawas' students
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Albert Einstein once commented that "Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds." The world is watching at how this injustice will be resolved.

Anonymous (not verified) Sun, 11/04/2012 - 23:37

all my support. if this video is indecent for anybody then this anybody should react in the same way against the indecent insults in the streets against women. this fake morality that only comes out when an issue is made public and doesn't come out when men see girls and women in the street insulted and they do nothing. i don't think those women invented anything.

Anonymous (not verified) Sun, 11/04/2012 - 13:06

I did not like the video. I think it could have been done in a more decent manner. However. Does that make the harrassment issue untrue? does it mean it does not happen? instead of attacking the victims who made this video, shouldn't we fix the problem itself. When the university blames the victims for tarnishing the university reputation, instead of addressing the issue, it makes the university itself part of the problem. No?

Anonymous (not verified) Sat, 11/03/2012 - 15:52

This video should be something that the University pays attention to. If it gives them a "bad" reputation, then they should show the world that they will address serious issues such as sexual harrassment. The treatment of Professor Rula just shows that the University deserves all of the bad media.

I say this an international student who went to UJ last year and I had to call the police on at least one occasion as the sexual harrassment I faced was so aggressive that I was scared for my safety at the time.

Anonymous (not verified) Thu, 11/01/2012 - 00:56

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