Leave the Holocaust Out of Your Self-Promotion, Political Agenda and Profit-Seeking
Jonathan Greenblatt addresses two recent controversies involving the misappropriation of Holocaust-era symbols and analogies for political and self-promotional gain.
Any U.S.-Iran Talks Must Address the Elephants in the Room
Jonathan Greenblatt addresses the issues that should be on the table in any Iran-U.S. negotiations, including anti-Semitism, terrorism, and the regime’s ongoing human rights violations.
Setting the Record Straight: Jewish Communal Response to Middle East Curriculum in Newton Schools
“Teaching High School Students to Demonize Israel” falsely portrays the Boston area’s two major mainstream Jewish community organizations’ role in a seven-year-old controversy regarding the Newton pub
It's Time to Put an End to "Us" and "Them" Mentality in Israeli Society
Carole Nuriel discusses the recent killing of Israeli-Ethiopian teenager Solomon Tekah by an off-duty police officer, and examines what it all means for Israeli society going forward.
Responsible Leadership Means Not Politicizing Anti-Semitism
Kenneth Jacobson discusses the need for leaders on both sides of the political aisle to refrain from politicizing anti-Semitism and rather work together to eliminate this scourge of hate.
Latin American Jews Still Don't Have Justice 25 Years After the AMIA Massacre
Sharon Nazarian, ADL Senior VP of International Affairs, reflects on the 25 anniversary of the bombing of the AMIA in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Can Google Search Be Used to Counter White Supremacy?
Jonathan Greenblatt discusses how ADL is working to counter white supremacy in Google Search in partnership with Moonshot CVE and the Next Gen Foundation.
White Supremacist Terror is Rising, and Trump's Policies Kneecap Our Ability to Fight Back
George Selim breaks down why the Trump administration's recent actions and budget cuts prove it is unwilling to soberly evaluate and defeat the threat posed by white supremacists.
The ADL Opposes West Bank Annexation -- Because We Are Zionists.
Kenneth Jacobson explains why the proposal to annex the West Bank is deeply problematic and could spell the end for a potential two-state solution.
The Protocols Revisited: The Fantasy of Secret Jewish Power
Kenneth Jacobson explains the “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion,” and its relevance today in helping us understand what are the unique characteristics of anti-Semitism.