The ADL poll of adults in 19 countries, fielded March 10 through April 3, 2015, found minimal change in the levels of anti-Semitic attitudes in most of the countries compared to a year ago, when the League polled 102 countries in a groundbreaking worldwide survey of anti-Semitism, the ADL Global 100 Index. This poll focuses mainly on Europe and also includes the U.S., Iran, Argentina and Turkey.
In commemoration of the twenty first anniversary of the terrorist attack on the Jewish community's AMIA-DAIA building in Buenos Aires, as always we express our solidarity with the Argentinian Jewish community and remember the eighty-five innocent victims who lost their lives and the hundreds of others wounded on that tragic day, July 18, 1994. This year we also honor the memory of late AMIA Investigation Unit's Chief Prosecutor, Alberto Nisman, who courageously tried to seek truth and justice and whose unexpected death is the latest troubling episode in this case.
ADL publishes a number of reports and resources for Spanish and Portuguese speaking communities.
ADL works with Latin American Jewish communities on combatting anti-Semitism.
June 25 - Parana, Entre Rios - Graffiti reading "Death to Jews" and a swastika were found spray painted on a wall.