A new documentary that reveals the rise of anti-Israel activity and anti-Semitic rhetoric on North American university campuses.

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Israel is under assault on North American college campuses today like never before. Anti-Israel activities to alienate, demonize, and delegitimize Israel are increasingly crossing the line into anti-Semitism, in the form of hate speech, harassment and intimidation.

Crossing the Line 2: The New Face of Anti-Semitism on Campus is a new documentary that reveals the rise of anti-Israel activity and anti-Semitic rhetoric on North American university campuses, and demonstrates when reasonable criticism of Israel ‘Crosses the Line’ into anti-Semitism.

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"When people criticize Zionists,
they mean Jews.
You're talking anti-Semitism."
- Martin Luther KIng
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Join us at the upcoming event to watch Crossing the Line 2, and learn about when reasonable criticism of Israel ‘Crosses the Line’ into anti-Semitism on North American campuses.

April 5th, Jerusalem IL
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The film is a powerful depiction of deeply disturbing anti-Israel and anti-Semitic events on campuses"

The Forward

We have an obligation to tell the truth, and the truth is very painful one on many college university campuses as we saw in this wonderful film."

Professor Alan Dershowitz
Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

The film is absolutely fantastic – exactly what is needed, and it takes you so well through the steps of explaining the problem and leaving you on a high note…"

Serena Steinberg

It really is a very well done video – professional, informative, engaging, and appropriately puts out what we are dealing with on college campuses today."

Bess Adler
Principal-Director, Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies