In this world, no one cares what you have to say unless you’re willing to express it without fear of intimidation or violence.
A much-delayed bi-partisan bill addresses the wave of anti-Semitism on U.S. campuses.
Hasbara Fellowships Israel Director: “Campus is the new battleground on an ideological level – that’s why the discussion on campus is so important.”
Jewish college students returning from summer break are encountering a wave of swastika daubings and anti-Israel activity on campuses across the country.
Some 40 Students for Justice in Palestine activists disrupted a pro-Israel event and prevented the lecturers from speaking with loud chants.
Some 80 students from 13 different countries participated in a high-level training conference that prepares students to respond to campus anti-Semitism and anti-Israel activism.
Traditionally, college campuses are bastions of anti-Israel sentiment, but Root Source is encouraged by the campaign’s progress.
The former executive director of Christians United for Israel, David Brog now serves at the helm of the ‘Maccabee Task Force’, which defends Israel and combats BDS activities on college campuses.
Prior to abandoning the campus, BDS activists became so irate in response pro-Israel activists’ non-violent demonstrations that they resorted to waving flags of the Hezbollah and Hamas terror groups.
“Anti-Semitic incidents are on the rise across America and especially on our college campuses.”