Four days after 11 people were killed in the deadly massacre, anonymous posters on the website Stormfront claimed the bloodshed at Tree of Life was an elaborate fake attack, staged by actors
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is an American-Jewish non-governmental organization founded in 1913, with a stated mission "to stop the defamation of the Jewish people, to secure justice and fair treatment to all citizens alike."
The ADL headquarters are in New York, and it is currently headed by national director Abraham Foxman, and chairman Robert Sugarman.
The ADL says it "fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry in the U.S. and abroad through information, education, legislation, and advocacy. [The] ADL serves as a resource for government, media, law enforcement, educators and the public.”
On Israel, the ADL “supports the Jewish State by advocating for Israel and explaining political and security issues and the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian/Israel-Arab conflict with U.S. policymakers, the media and the public through programs, publications and contact with officials.”
'Do you want to protect your wallets, or do you want to make Matt Lesser your new state senator?' Republican Ed Charamut asks
I spent nearly a decade monitoring anti-Semitism in Western Pennsylvania, and if I were in Pittsburgh Tuesday I would only attend the president’s visit with a protest sign in my hand
Robert Bowers, who killed 11 people in what is believed to be the deadliest attack on Jews in U.S. history, was released from a hospital and turned over to federal authorities for a court appearance
‘Calls for extra security can only accomplish so much when so little is being done to screen gun purchasers and limit the lethality of weapons for sale,’ Conservative Rabbinical Assembly says following attack on Tree of Life synagogue
Anti-Defamation League says almost 30% of accounts repeatedly tweeting against Jews appear to be bots
Innocent Book Club or Alt-Right Movement? The anti-Semitic Body Spreading Fliers Blaming Jews for Kavanaugh Allegations
Fliers making accusations against George Soros and U.S. Jews appeared over the past week in six different states and have been attributed to the 'Stormer Book Club.' Turns out that a bigger group is behind the move
The Anti-Defamation League said that 'questioning those who may hold divergent views when entering or exiting Israel does the opposite of strengthening a commitment to a democratic Jewish state'
Progressive groups said Kavanaugh’s record shows he would be a threat to reproductive rights and separation of church and state, while an Orthodox group said it was happy about his record on religious liberty
In response to Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, Jewish groups voice concern over preserving social progress