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Anti-Defamation League – Metapedia

| May 28, 2016

From Metapedia The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is a powerful Jewish lobby organization primarily based in the United States but with offices in some other countries. It was founded in 1913 as a branch of B’nai B’rith. In 1930 they had only three fulltime employees



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FLORIDA – Anti-Defamation League

| May 18, 2016

American Front or its allies in the Confederate Hammerskins may have been responsible for fifteen Nazi banners found flying from freeway overpasses around Orlando, Florida, over the weekend of September 23, 2006. The flags commemorated Global Aryan Solidarity Day, planned to coincide with Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year



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indianapolis ADL Blogs

| March 23, 2016

Nation of Islam (NOI) leader Louis Farrakhans first public appearance after suffering a heart attack featured a number of anti-Semitic claims about Jewish control over the American government, Black organizations and other sectors. During his December 1 speech at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Farrakhan revealed he was hospitalized approximately two months ago due to a heart attack. When Farrakhan was unable to deliver his 2013 Holy Day of Atonement speech in Alabama in October, the NOI originally said he was hospitalized for an infection.



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Anti-Defamation League sends $56,000 in Trump contributions …

| March 20, 2016

Trump and his foundation have given the organization, which fights anti-Semitism, $56,000, the group said. “We are taking this step to demonstrate that, even as the campaign has surfaced ugly rhetoric, we can reach higher,” said Jonathan A. Greenblatt, the Anti-Defamation League’s chief executive officer, in a statement



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Mark Pitcavage – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

| March 7, 2016

Mark Pitcavage is a historian and critic of far right wing groups.



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Keystone State Skinheads – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

| March 2, 2016

Keystone State Skinheads (KSS or Keystone United) is a White nationalist group based in Pennsylvania.[1][2] According to the KSS website, the group had chapters in Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Erie, Scranton, Reading, Carlisle, Allentown and other cities in the state. KSS was featured in the National Geographic Channel documentary American Skinheads



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Is Tommy Hilfiger a Racist? – Urban Legends

| February 19, 2016

Monica Schipper/Stringer/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images By David Emery Updated July 09, 2015.



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Anti-Defamation League | News | New Jersey

| February 16, 2016

News February 9, 2016 February 9, 2016 Situational Overview ADL has learned of threatening phone calls that were received today by several Jewish schools in a few different states, including Missouri, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana. This is after Jewish schools in the United Kingdom received recordings of bomb threats yesterday, and after Jewish schools in Florida and Georgia received Read more When ADL announced Greenblatts appointment in 2014, it was hard to ignore the generational and experiential shift by an organization that Foxman, who survived the Holocaust as an infant, had led for 28 years. Greenblatts diverse resume includes serving as an adviser to Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, cofounding a bottled water company called Read more The Anti-Defamation League and the European Jewish Congress have formed a new partnership to fight anti-Semitism and join in engaging the European Union, Interpol, and other high-level organizations to cope with the increasingly hostile and dangerous climate for European Jewry.



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No Place For Hate | Anti-Defamation League

| January 22, 2016

The population of the United States is becoming increasingly diverse.



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Anti-Defamation League – TheHill

| January 22, 2016

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on Thursday defended Donald Trump after the GOP front-runner’s freewheeling speech before a group of Jewish Republicans drew criticism. “After having carefully reviewed the speech, we do not believe that it was Donald Trumps intention to evoke anti-Semitic stereotypes,” Jonathan Greenblatt, the league’s CEO, said in a statement.



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