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The David Project

The David Project is a Boston-Based pro-Israel organization, which works in collaboration with Hillel International to promote Zionism on college campuses. According to Hillel's website, The David Project "empowers student leaders to build mutually beneficial and enduring partnerships with diverse organizations so that the pro-Israel community is integrated and valued on campus." 

The David Project was founded in 2002 by Charles Jacobs, who also founded The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting (CAMERA). The Jewish Telegraph Agency reports, "The David Project was launched in 2002 to confront what it identified as radically anti-Israel and pro-Islamist influences on campus. The group produced a controversial film alleging an anti-Israel bias at Columbia University and its founder, Charles Jacobs, publicly opposed a mosque being built in Boston." As the Forward reported in 2012, "The group is also known for its long-running, and ultimately failed, effort to oppose the construction of a Boston mosque."

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