Anti-Semitism Forum Comes at Critical Time for Jews
Sharon Nazarian says the 6th Global Forum on Combating Anti-Semitism, which is convening in Jerusalem, could not come at a more critical moment for the global Jewish community.
Was Blaze Bernstein's Murder a Hate Crime? We Need to Know.
Jonathan Greenblatt takes a closer look at the cold-blooded murder of Blaze Bernstein, a Jewish and openly gay college student, and the accused perpetrator, Samuel Woodward.
How the Trump Administration Condones Discrimination in the Name of Religion
David Barkey discusses the new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division of the HHS -- a unit seemingly designed to make it easier for healthcare providers to discriminate.
How Poland Can Fix Its Holocaust Speech Legislation
Abraham Foxman discusses new draft legislation in Poland that would criminalize “false and or defamatory” accusations as to the role of the Polish state during the Holocaust.
5 Action Items for Congress on Holocaust Remembrance Day
Jonathan Greenblatt outlines steps legislators need to take in 2018 to combat anti-Semitism, fight hate crimes, and prevent another genocide.
By Rejecting Jews, Intersectionality Betrays Itself
Sharon Nazarian addresses the boycott of the Women’s March in Los Angeles by the Palestinian American Women’s Association.
Homeland Security is Wrong. Most Extremists are American Born
ADL's most recent Murder and Extremism reports paints a much clearer picture than the Trump administration on the threats facing the United States.
The Resurgent Threat of White-Supremacist Violence
Jonathan Greenblatt takes a closer look at a new ADL report which found that the number of white supremacist murders more than doubled in the United States in 2017.