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ADL said Israel’s suspension of peace talks was fully justified in light of the so-called “unity” agreement between the Palestinian Authority and the terrorist organization Hamas. National Director Abraham Foxman said that by embracing Hamas, Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian Authority "have once again turned their back on peace and reconciliation."
ADL condemned a new video produced by the missionary group Jews for Jesus, which portrays Jesus as being among those in the selection line at the entrance to what appears to be the Auschwitz concentration camp. The League said that Jews for Jesus "has taken their abuse of Holocaust imagery to a new low."
"Governor Patrick has once again demonstrated his unwavering support for Massachusetts students by enacting updates to the anti-bullying law that will protect the most vulnerable students and implement data collection mechanisms that will support prevention programs. This law represents a significant step forward in better protecting our children from bullying as well as continuing to change school culture."
Robert O. Trestan, ADL New England Regional Director, on the enactment of An Act Relative to Bullying in Schools signed into law by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick.
Mr. Foxman discusses some of the latest developments on the Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations and the importance of stopping the "blame game."
The Huffington Post, April 11, 2014
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