Critical That State Department Fills Vacant Position to Monitor Anti-Semitism
In order to continue fighting global anti-Semitism, it is critical that our government allocate the appropriate resources.
Former Journalist Juan Thompson Pleads Guilty in JCC Bomb Threats
ADL welcomed the courtroom apology and guilty plea by Juan Thompson, who was charged with making a series of bomb threats against at least eight Jewish Community Centers and ADL.
Finnish Leaders Applauded For Stand Against Racism
ADL congratulated Finland’s Prime Minister and Finance Minister for ending their coalition with the Finns Party after it chose a politician fined for hate speech as its leader.
ADL Denounces Trump Administration Cuts to Holocaust Museum
ADL said it would be a mistake to cut funding to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. As the events of the past few months have shown, we need a robust and active museum more than ever.
ADL Joins Groups Calling on Mayors to Disavow Anti-Muslim Marches
ADL expressed concern over coordinated anti-Muslim marches that are slated to take place in at least twenty states across the country on Saturday, June 10 and joined more than 100 groups to urge mayor
Individuals Arrested for Alleged Activities on Behalf of Hezbollah
Two individuals from New York and Michigan were arrested for their alleged activities on behalf of Hezbollah, the terror organization responsible for the murder of Americans and Jews worldwide.
ADL Offers Congress Recommendations to Limit Hezbollah Capabilities
In testimony submitted to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearings, ADL offered a series of recommendations on limiting the influence, capability and reach of the terror group Hezbollah.
U.N. Secretary General Urged to Clarify Remarks on Six Day War Anniversary
U.N. Secretary General Guterres focused solely on the impact of the war on Palestinians and Syrians without providing any background to the outbreak of the war.