"Central Florida Hillel was disheartened to see these posters on campus today. While we respect everyone's constitutional right to free speech, particularly speech that we disagree with, we are concerned that the messages in these posters could lead to divisiveness and hatred on campus.
Freedom of speech does not include incitement to violence and this concept has been implicitly upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. CFH is opposed to racism, xenophobia and discrimination and will continue our opposition to these concepts no matter who is promoting them on our campuses.
We will remain aware and vigilant in the face of these recruitment techniques and as always we ask of everyone, 'If you see something, say something.'"
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