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ردود الأفعال عن ما يقوله قورشة

سنلتزم الصمت و سنكتفي بردود أفعال الناس على المواقع الألكترونية ومواقع التواصل الأجتماعي من فيسبوك وتويتر
وهي كالآتي

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sarah

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More Responces to Dr. Amjad Qourshah

سنلتزم الصمت و سنكتفي بردود أفعال الناس على المواقع الألكترونية ومواقع التواصل الأجتماعي من فيسبوك وتويتر
وهي كالآتي

hind

yazan

tamara

shorouq

salam

esraa

zaid

ibrahim

roger

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heba

tol

hanan

zuleikha

zay

visitor

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mohd

hashem

razan

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zain

firas and julian

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noor

lina

fadia

hamza

amani

In response to Dr. Amjad Qourshah

سنلتزم الصمت و سنكتفي بردود أفعال الناس على المواقع الألكترونية ومواقع التواصل الأجتماعي من فيسبوك وتويتر
وهي كالآتي

قورشة عامل زي اللي مر على بنت بتصرخ وتستنجد وهم بغتصبوها فقلها إخرسي صوتك عورةقورشة عامل زي اللي مر على بنت بتصرخ وتستنجد وهم بغتصبوها فقلها إخرسي صوتك عورة






Facebook / Mohammad

“Thanks Dr Qawwas for the great work. The University of Jordan should be teaching its students more and more to respect personal freedoms, diversity, team work, creative and non violent resistances against violences and oppression, freedom of speech, and some very basic rights to life and dignity!!! However, in this case and according to systems of oppression this discourse can be subversive!!! Sadly, this is to reinforce power structures of systems of oppressions!! Once again thanks Dr. Qawwas for the great work.”

Facebook / Hani

“In Support of Rula Quawas & Academic Freedom, Hani Wrote:
“”And its not just in Jordan that such sexual harassment is common place, and no one says anything, and no one raises an eyebrow, then the words turn to a mind set that and that mind set to a social norm, so much so that if a girl walks down a street she is seen as fair game… I admire and commend professor Quawas for her courage, this matter should be taken up with the king. Shining the light of truth on this issue did not ruin the university’s reputation, blame for that rests elsewhere.”

Facebook / Sarah

What a fantastic example of a photovoice project. Professor Rola Quawas’s dismissal is shameful, and I commend the Feminist Theory class for their project. We are using it as an example all the way in the state of Rhode Island in the United States of what visual activism can spark and achieve.

Facebook / Kafa

KAFA (enough) Violence & Exploitation

“The following video was produced by students of the University of Jordan’s Feminist Theory class during the fall semester of the 2011-2012 academic year.
Professor Rula Quawas, who taught the course, has been removed from her post as Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages at the University of Jordan.”

More Supporters of Prof. Quawas on Social Websites

In Support of Rula Quawas & Academic Freedom, Dalya Wrote; 
“I said it once and i’ll say it again. Things are going downhill by the day over there. It’s all about protecting the reputation of an organization or NGO or someone’s interests. I remember writing about corporal punishment in Jordanian public schools. You should see the idiotic responses i got from education officials. Why are you writing about this? You want to harm the country’s reputation? You want to hurt our public school image? No pal, i want to turn a blind eye to the crap that goes on in your schools. Useless.”

In Support of Rula Quawas & Academic Freedom, Jafar Wrote; 
“As journalists we’ve seen this day in and day out, but this is a travesty on a whole new level. Quawas is a once-in-a-lifetime kind of teacher and her contribution to the university is in many ways unequalled. Teachers of her caliber are the saving grace of a university that has absolutely nothing to offer in terms of viable research or sustainable education. We are a culture of self-imposed mediocrity. We’d rather live in denial and swim in our own social sewage than look our problems in the eye.”

In Support of Rula Quawas & Academic Freedom, LizaWrote; 
“Very disappointing how JU will never become civilized- it’s way behind any plan towards intellectual development! Prof. Qawas is one of the unique, knowledgeable, and brilliant people one could ever have the privilege to meet.”

Facebook / Khalida

In Support of Rula Quawas & Academic Freedom, Khalida Wrote;
“Rula should be proud, *****, that she is able to walk the talk. Unlike many who theorize change, but do not have the transparency to deal with facets of the truth, the movie produced is evidence that things can be done. And although Rula deserves all the support people can offer, I don’t think she needs it. Her productive impact and bravery are the tools that will force themselves sooner or later. Authorities need to start asking the appropriate questions like: what can we do with what we find? NOT how can we supress this to hide an ugly reality? Ugliness will not disappear if we brush it under old carpets!”

Facebook / Jared

In Support of Rula Quawas & Academic Freedom, Jared Wrote;
“This is one of the most shameful things I’ve heard in a long time Jordan. Really incredibly badly done. I know Professor Quawas personally and know her to be a dedicated academic and visionary thinker. Removing her because she and her students dared to challenge the revolting system of sexual harassment omnipresent in Jordan makes me sick..”