“Social media platforms are breeding grounds for hate and antisemitism at a frightening scale.”
The effort, called Drop The ADL, criticizes the ADL’s work with police forces across the country as well as its support of Israel.
The campaign claims the ADL has a “legacy of supporting racist policing, surveillance, colonialism, and the silencing of social justice activism.”
“Right now things may seem like they’re quiet, but you never know when it will rear its ugly head again.”
Despite a decade of urging, the social network wasn’t taking hate speech concerns seriously enough, the ADL said.
He spent a year in Israel for the FBI and led the FBI’s Newark office last December in the wake of the kosher supermarket attack in Jersey City.
Violent anti-Semitism is rare, but it’s growing more frequent.
The ADL said last year’s 2,713 reported cases of white supremacist propaganda made up the highest number of incidents they’ve ever recorded.
New ADL tools include an anti-Semitic incident tracker and an interactive heat map.
The survey found that roughly one in four Europeans harbor anti-Semitic attitudes