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ADL Urges Iceland Drop Bill Banning Male Circumcision
The proposal to ban male circumcision is contrary to basic principles of religious freedom and deeply offensive to Jews and Muslims, Jonathan Greenblatt argues.
ADL Joins Lawyers' Committe for Civil Rights Under Law Amicus Brief in Support of DACA
The Lawyers’ Committee and ADL argue that the President’s decision to rescind DACA is a violation of the Administrative Procedure Act.
ADL Statement on Facebook Videos With Mothers and Children Threatening Muslims, Mosque in Arizona
The statements comes in response to a series of videos on Facebook where two mothers take their children to a mosque near Tempe, Ariz., to threaten Muslims in the community.
Russian President Blames Jews, Other Minorities for Meddling in U.S. Elections
ADL voiced deep concern at remarks by Russian President Vladimir Putin suggesting Jews and other minorities in the Russian Federation could be behind the meddling in the 2016 U.S. elections.
ADL Statement on White House Meeting About Video Game Violence
ADL calls for a national conversation about video games and how we can best promote games to fight hate and prejudice.
ADL’s Center for Technology and Society Begins Belfer Fellowship Program To Support Cyberhate, Digital Civil Rights Work
The Center for Technology and Society is expanding its work with a new fellowship program that will amplify the work of researchers at the intersection of tech and civil rights.
ADL Launches Student-Led Program to "Innovate Against Hate"
In response to rising hate on college campuses, ADL is challenging students to build, launch, and scale a social marketing campaign to counter hate and extremism on campus and in society.
ADL Welcomes New Federal Hate Crime Charges Against Suspect in JCC Bomb Threats
The indictment, filed against the Israeli-American suspect arrested in March 2017, includes, for the first time, federal hate crime charges.
ADL Asks YouTube to Take Down Neo-Nazi Video Inciting Violence
The statement comes in response to news that YouTube would not take down anti-Semitic videos from the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division.
Anti-Semitic Incidents Surged Nearly 60% in 2017, According to New ADL Report
The data represents the largest single-year increase on record and the second highest number reported since ADL started tracking incident data in the 1970s.