A new ADL’s report found that 60% of Jews have witnessed behavior — or heard or read comments — they thought were antisemitic.
The Anti-Defamation League sent a letter Wednesday calling out Facebook for failing to remove blatant antisemitism from the platform.
Over the past few weeks, American Jews have experienced a torrent of antisemitism at or around anti-Israel rallies held across the U.S. since May 16.
The bills aim to emphasize the Jewish community’s commitment to the safety, equality, and inclusion of allies and vulnerable groups.
“The first step in addressing a societal problem is acknowledging it for what it actually is.”
The Democratic contenders speak out as ADL audit shows New York State leading the nation in documented antisemitic incidents.
The graffiti messages scrawled around Miami in March, on the eve of Passover and Holocaust Remembrance Day, were shocking: “The Jews are the Problem” “Zionism is Satanism.”
The Anti-Defamation League has paused a project in which its staff members edited Wikipedia using pseudonyms after coming under fire from Wikipedia editors for potentially violating rules regarding conflicts of interest.
Nearly 10% of Jews surveyed said they had been physically attacked in the last five years because they were Jewish, said the Anti-Defamation League in a report published Wednesday.
It is critical that organizations committed to addressing hate, extremism, antisemitism, safety and security work together.