The "Israel on Campus Coalition" offered college students $250 "microgrants" to attend the "March for Israel" event in Washington, DC on Tuesday.
"The 'Israel on Campus Coalition' is funded by 'pro-Israel' billionaires such as Bernie Marcus, founder of Home Depot, and Jan Koum, founder of WhatsApp," Michael Tracey reported.
A group called "Israel on Campus Coalition" gave "microgrants" for people to attend yesterday's "March for Israel" event in DC
The "Israel on Campus Coalition" is funded by "pro-Israel" billionaires such as Bernie Marcus, founder of Home Depot, and Jan Koum, founder of WhatsApp pic.twitter.com/vV7EBu5DjA
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) November 15, 2023
The Israel on Campus Coalition's website says they "allocated all funding" for the event to pay for "thousands" of students to go to the event and encouraged young people to check back later as they pay for students to take part in other "pro-Israel initiatives" on college campuses.
Whereas Americans are getting canceled for attending pro-Palestine events (and immigrants are getting threatened with having their US visas canceled), you can get paid to attend astroturfed pro-Israel events.
An undercover Al Jazeera documentary from 2016 found that pro-Israel groups were paying tens of thousands of dollars to shills to take part in pro-Israel protests on American college campuses:
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