Wartime Propaganda on College Campuses
A conversation with Common Sense Society and the Israeli Defense Force
The increase of antisemitism and organized pro-Hamas propaganda on college campuses around the world, particularly in the United States, may be unsurprising to many, but it is nonetheless tragic, unacceptable, and worth our dedicated time and attention to confront.
The Israel Defense Force joins us in recognizing that U.S. universities are ground zero for Hamas’s propaganda war. This is the time for alumni, faculty, administrators, and board appointees to protect free speech while also institutionally standing against antisemitism and wartime pro-terrorist propaganda—and to encourage our campus leaders to do the same.
Common Sense Society is working with the IDF’s public diplomacy team to host a Zoom briefing Tuesday, October 31, at 11:00 A.M. ET to help us better understand the realities on the ground in Israel and what is at stake when students in the West engage in rigorous antisemitic action.
This briefing is open to any alumni network, faculty member, administrator, or board member eager to understand wartime propaganda and reject antisemitism on campus. This briefing is closed to the press and will include a specific Q&A session if time allows.