Pro-Israel Student Leaders From Prominent U.S. Universities Visit Israel

A camera records Education Secretary Miguel Cardona during a visit to Towson University to discuss antisemitism on college campuses, Nov. 2, in Towson, Md. (AP Photo/Julia Nikhinson)

A delegation of pro-Israel student leaders from prominent U.S. universities, who have observed a significant rise in antisemitism on their campuses, arrived in Israel on a “Take Action for Israel” mission. The purpose of their visit is to gather firsthand testimonies about the events of Oct. 7 and the subsequent war against Hamas.

The students, representing universities such as UPenn, MIT, Cornell, Colombia, Brandeis, Temple, and Johns Hopkins, among others, aim to learn, plan, and strategize on combating both antisemitism and anti-Israel propaganda on their campuses.

Upon their arrival, the students were received by MK Danny Danon, former ambassador to the United Nations. MK Danon expressed gratitude to the group for standing up for Israel and against antisemitism on campuses.

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