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April 8, 2016 9:56 am

Media Watchdog Group Hosts Israeli Musician and His ‘Message of Peace’ on Campus Tour (VIDEO)

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Gilad Segev performs at Brandeis University on March 29. Photo: CAMERA on Campus.

Gilad Segev performs at Brandeis University on March 29. Photo: CAMERA on Campus.

JNS.org – CAMERA on Campus — an Israel education organization working on 60 college campuses worldwide, and a division of the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA) media watchdog group — is in the midst of hosting a nationwide campus tour with Israeli musician Gilad Segev.

Grammy award-winning songwriter Jack Knight was featured in Segev’s latest hit song, A Time to Change. Some of Segev’s other hits include The Love That Stays, Achshav Tov, and Let’s Leave. The Israeli performer’s nine-campus tour of free concerts — which kicked off on March 29 at Brandeis University — has remaining stops at the University of California, Los Angeles/University of Southern California/California State University, Northridge (joint event on April 7); Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (April 8 and 9); and Emory University (April 14). Past stops on the tour (besides Brandeis) included shows at the University of Central Florida; University of California, Santa Barbara; University of California, Long Beach; and Oral Roberts University.

Ben Suster of Knights for Israel, a student group at the University of Central Florida, said, “Anti-Israel forces on campuses across the U.S. are attempting to villainize Israel and divide students. Gilad Segev’s music brings a message of peace that is held dear to Israelis. He is one example of the quality programming CAMERA on Campus provides college campuses.”

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