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Exposing the linkages between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism, JUF Link shows the impact of the work of JUF/Federation and its partners in confronting and defeating anti-Israel and anti-Jewish forces. Here is a collection of additional stories, downloadable assets and an archive of our newsletter. 

Hillel and JUF's Israel Education Center engaged more than 8,500 students on 16 campuses with Israel through student leadership missions, events, and other educational initiatives. 

24 rising high school seniors met with thought-leaders in many facets of Israeli life, as well as with Jewish and Arab teens.

April 2018 Campus Israel Weeks celebrate Yom Ha'atzmaut Campuses across Illinois celebrated Yom Ha'atzmaut, Israel's Independence Day, by hosting "Israel Weeks" - a series of weeklong festivities celebrating Israeli culture, peoplehood and history.  Metro Chicago Hillel, the University of Illino

More than 40 academics, lawyers, Jewish community leaders, and others committed to free speech on campus gathered on Jan. 25 for a symposium on free speech, campus violence, and event disruption.

Ramkiran Venkat, an Israel intern at the University of Cincinnati, traveled to Israel on a student leadership delegation last year.

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and DePaul University will send delegations. 

While anti-Semitic attacks on European Jews persist, recent actions by European governments at all levels signal that the BDS movement is ultimately struggling to meet its objectives.

Nearly every disorientation guide demonizes Israel as an apartheid state, advocates for the BDS movement, and encourages students to become involved with anti-Israel organizations.

In a statement sent to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign students on Sunday night, Chancellor Robert J. Jones expressed concern over the "growing national instances of intolerance, especially on college campuses." 

19 Jewish and non-Jewish student leaders from 15 Midwest campuses convened in Chicago on Sept. 16 and 17 for JUF's Israel Education Center (IEC)'s fall training. 

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