Texas Governor Rick Perry, a Republican, is traveling with Texas A&M University officials to Israel this week to announce plans to open a branch campus in Nazareth, considered the leading Arab city in Israel, The Bryan-College Station Eagle reported. The campus, which will award Texas A&M degrees, will be called Texas A&M University at Nazareth - Peace Campus, and will aim to educate Christians, Jews and Muslims together. Israeli officials have been pushing to expand higher education opportunities for Arabs in Israel, and are backing the plan by pledging to seek an exemption to Israeli regulations that would normally prohibit the creation of a branch campus by a foreign institution. Texas A&M, which as a public institution cannot use state funds for the project, is planning to raise money for it.
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