Protests on American campuses are drawing praise from Iran and Hezbollah, revealing an unsettling infiltration by Iran-linked activists into U.S. higher education.

Lawsuit seeks damages from groups driving campus protest movement By Adam Kredo Washington Free Beacon Israeli victims of Hamas’s Oct. 7th terror spree are suing two anti-Israel campus groups, alleging they are partially liable for the attack due to their role “as collaborators and propagandists for Hamas.” The lawsuit, filed in U.S. district court Wednesday,... Read more »

Bipartisan legislation aims to combat rising antisemitism on US college campuses by introducing federal oversight through ‘Antisemitism Monitors’, By Algemeiner US Reps. Ritchie Torres (D-NY) and Mike Lawler (R-NY) plan to introduce bipartisan legislation that, if passed into law, could condition federal funding for universities based on their ability and willingness to combat surging antisemitism... Read more »

Since October 7th, a surge of antisemitism has swept through North American universities, leaving Jewish students feeling increasingly targeted and unsafe. Among these campuses, Columbia University in New York has emerged as a focal point of concern due to alarming incidents of antisemitic rhetoric and support for terrorist organizations. At Columbia, anti-Israel activists recently erected... Read more »