Years ago, when a group of English university professors designed a program destined to introduce the democracy to the countries of the Maghreb, their European colleagues raised the roof: for many, the democracy is not, cannot be, a simple product of export. Nevertheless, the British left with hers; the universities of North Africa welcomed the initiative with estusiasmo. Many European intellectuals remained with the doubt: he is feasible to teach the democratic values of cuts western in other latitudes? At the end of the past month of February, the not less surprising news arrived from than a university training center of New York, the Brad College, signed an agreement of collaboration with the prestigious Palestine university To the Quds, that contemplates the introduction of the North American values in the Palestine society. By very preposterous that seems to us, the initiative is related to the consequences of the constant drift to the right of the Israeli political life, the isolation of the teaching institutions Palestinian and the undeniable archaism of the educative system of the West Bank. The arguments used by the sponsors of the project could be transformed of the following way: the Palestinian educative system is based excessively on rigid parameters. Teaching limits a mere game of questions and answers, without it implies a true dialogue between professors and students. At the moment, the students cannot develop to an own thought nor the critical spirit. The academic scheme little or nothing has to do with the educative systems Israeli or Lebanese, based on the active participation of the pupils in the classes. In spite of the economic dependency of the Palestinian territories of the Jewish State (around the 60 to 70% of the commercial interchanges she is realised with companies of Tel Aviv), the students of the West Bank more and more seem prone to boycott the Israeli universities.