As many Jewish groups jump on board a push for laws to penalize businesses and groups boycotting Israel, the Anti-Defamation League, long considered a pillar of the Jewish establishment, is not just standing back — it has been opposing the tide. Now, it’s taking flack for this.
Donald Trump knew he was evoking fascist symbolism when he asked supporters at a campaign rally in Florida to raise their right arms and pledge to vote for him, former Anti-Defamation League leader Abraham Foxman said.
It’s Abe Foxman’s last day as director of the Anti-Defamation League, and his mind is not at rest. The Iran deal continues to trouble him — here’s why.
“We, the children of the Holocaust, are now the last survivors to commemorate a world that is no more,” ADL Hidden Child Foundation Vice President Rachelle Grossman told the 150 survivors — many who had been hidden children — at the April 15 Yom Hashoah commemoration held at ADL headquarters. “We rejoice and take great pride in the lives and families we’ve rebuilt. But 70 years later we still remember and mourn our murdered grandparents, parents, uncles, aunts, cousins and siblings.” Addressing soon-to-depart ADL National Director Abraham Foxman, Grossman said: “Abe, we’ve always considered you our number one Hidden Child.”
EXCLUSIVE: As the controversy around Benjamin Netanyahu’s planned speech to Congress grows, Abraham Foxman of the ADL called on the Israeli prime minister to stay home.
Abe Foxman took to the pages of the New York Times to celebrate his son’s marriage to a man he met on the subway 2-1/2 years ago.
The century-old Anti-Defamation League has chosen a new leader and a striking new course. Do the dramatic moves reflect the transformation of American Jewry itself?
Anti-Defamation League national director Abraham Foxman slammed casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson for his “disturbing” dismissal of democracy in Israel.
In a bold move, the century-old Anti Defamation League has chosen a young social entrepreneur as its new chief. Some see a sharp contrast with the departing Abraham Foxman.
White House official Jonathan Greenblatt has been named the new executive director of the Anti-Defamation League.