Dr. Shmuel Katz, a leader in Israel advocacy in the United States, in a conversation with Arutz Sheva-Israel Nation News, discusses the rise in anti-Semitism on US campuses.

According to Dr. Katz, Arab countries have made for decades strategic investments in education, where financial contributions to the tune of billions of petro-dollars lead to increased influence and representation within universities in the form of appointment of scholars who align with the values of the donors.

This, he explains, has shaped the academic discourse and fostered a connection between the university and the interests of the donor countries.