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Anti-Defamation League promotes author who compared Israeli policy to Nazi actions during the Holocaust – Fox News

| September 19, 2022

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! FIRST ON FOX The Anti-Defamation League promoted an author on its website who previously drew comparisons between the Holocaust and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which appears to be at odds with the organization's mission to fight against anti-Semitism. The ADL promoted an author named Beverley Naidoo specifically, her book "Making It Home: Real-Life Stories from Children Forced to Flee" despite a history of anti-Israel rhetoric.

A journalist’s prescient take on rise of antisemitism in U.S. J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| September 19, 2022

Rummaging recently through my apartments chaotic collection of old periodicals, I unearthed a Pete Hamill column from a 1981 issue of the San Francisco Chronicle. I used to read the paper when I lived in the city

Women Business Collaborative Announces the Appointment of Robin Schwartz as Senior Director of Development – PR Newswire

| September 4, 2022

WASHINGTON, Aug. 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Women Business Collaborative (WBC) the leading alliance of organizations, companies and individuals working together to achieve equal position, pay and power for all women in business, announces the appointment of Robin Schwartz to serve as Senior Director of Development

ADL urges Newsom to sign hate bill opposed by tech companies J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| September 4, 2022

The Anti-Defamation League is asking Gov. Gavin Newsom to sign a piece of legislation it says will help hold social media companies accountable for antisemitism and other forms of hate shared on their sites. Despite opposition from large social media platforms, which insist they are already taking pains to make their platforms safe, Assembly Bill 587 passed both houses of the Legislature on Aug.

Investigation underway after reports of antisemitic banners hung on bike overpass at UC Davis – KCRA Sacramento

| August 30, 2022

UC Davis police are investigating after reports over the weekend of racist and antisemitic banners being hung across a bicycle overpass on campus.

Extremist hate group continues to deliver anti-Semitic flyers to American Jews – The New York State Senate

| August 22, 2022

Jews on Long Island, New York received menacing anti-Semitic flyers at their homes this week, highlighting similar incidents that have been repeated in recent months around the United States. Jewish residents of Nassau County received the notices with messages saying that Jews own the media and that a Jewish mafia has hijacked our country. Every single aspect of gun control is Jewish, the flyers also stated.

What CNNs Dana Bash learned reporting on the rise in antisemitism – Forward

| August 22, 2022

Dana Bash, CNNs chief political correspondent and co-anchor of State of the Union. Photo by YouTube/Screenshot By Jacob KornbluhAugust 21, 2022 When Dana Bash was in her early 20s, her grandfather, Frank Weinman, took her on a family trip through his childhood towns in Vienna, Hungary and Slovakia along with a Nazi ghetto in Czechoslovakia to give them an up-close perspective of the horrors of the Holocaust and the lessons to be learned

OK symbol: "OK" hand gesture added to Anti-Defamation League’s list of …

| August 16, 2022

The "OK" hand gesture has been added to an expanding list of hate symbols used by white supremacists. The Anti-Defamation League announced dozens of new additions to its database Thursday.

Antisemitic Boston Mapping Project now hosted on … – masslive

| August 16, 2022

Since its release by an anonymous creator in early June, the Mapping Project an illustrated web of purported connections between Massachusetts groups and the state of Israel has faced widespread denunciation by critics who said it represented a dangerous, antisemitic mapping of the states Jewish community that could leave organizations vulnerable to attack. Now, a leading anti-hate organization the Anti-Defamation League wants the Mapping Project removed from its internet server, and it wants help from the government of Iceland in doing so. The project displayed an online map of supposed connections between organizations that its authors said were supportive of Israel or had links to the Jewish nation.

ADL event on CA hate bill affirms Hindu-Jewish solidarity on swastikas J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| August 16, 2022

The Anti-Defamation League strongly supports the right to display a swastika. Not the Nazi symbol thats been an emblem of hate and terror for 100 years, but the ancient Hindu, Jain and Buddhist symbol of peace. The distinction between the two figured prominently in a dialogue between Kendall Kosai, director of policy for the ADLs Pacific Northwest division, and Fremont resident Samir Kalra, managing director of the Hindu American Foundation.


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