In a letter to Congressional leaders, ADL, along with coalition partners, expressed support for a recently introduced bipartisan resolution opposing the BDS movement and reaffirming support for a two-state solution.
In a letter to the Governor of Indiana, ADL and a broad coalition of national civil rights advocacy organizations expressed deep concern with Senate Bill 12, which if enacted, would create a weak, vague and unacceptable state bias crime law.
In a letter to the president of the International Paralympic Committee, ADL urged the body to move its upcoming international para swimming competition out of Malaysia after its government banned Israeli athletes from participating.
In a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, ADL called for the censure of Rep. Steve King and asked that his ranking membership be stripped, due to a history of anti-Semitic and offensive involvements and statements.
In a letter to the Qatari Ambassador to the U.S., ADL explained that his government has a moral obligation to discourage anti-Semitic cartoons, as such hateful incitement constitutes a clear violation of Qatari law.
In a letter to the World Chess Federation’s Director General, Emily Sutovsky, ADL commended the organization for taking disciplinary action against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for their discriminatory practices against Israeli competitors.
In a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen, ADL urged the Trump Administration to reject anti-Muslim extremist Tommy Robinson's visa application to the U.S.