Jonathan Greenblatt

ADL Poll: Antisemitism Low in U.S., Despite Concerns

According to a new poll from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), antisemitism in the United States is low. However, a large number of Americans are deeply concerned about violence against Jews, and a significant percentage of Muslim Americans hold anti-Jewish views.

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Soros-Tied ADL Chief Accuses Trump of ‘Heartless Attack on Refugees’

Jonathan Greenblatt, the National Director and CEO of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), has come out forcefully against President Donald Trump’s temporarily halt on refugees while the government can revamp its flawed security screening process, calling the executive action a “heartless attack on refugees.”

Jonathan Greenblatt (Julie Jacobson / Associated Press)

Anti-Defamation League Plays Victim After False Attack on Bannon

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) claims that it is the victim of an “organized” campaign to discredit it — after launching an organized campaign against President-elect Donald J. Trump on the basis of false and defamatory charges of antisemitism and racism against his newly-appointed Chief Strategist and Senior Counselor, Stephen K. Bannon of Breitbart News.

Jonathan Greenblatt (Julie Jacobson / Associated Press)

Stop Scaring People, George Takei

Star Trek icon George Takei recently sent me — and perhaps thousands of other people — an email on behalf of the Democratic Party, under the subject “Japanese internment.”

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ADL’s Jonathan Greenblatt Compares Trump’s Database to Holocaust

NEW YORK, New York — While delivering his opening remarks at the Anti Defamation League (ADL) “Never is Now” Summit on Anti-Semitism at the Grand Hyatt on Thursday, ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt pledged to register as a Muslim if President-elect Donald Trump and his administration proceed to create a government database to register and track foreign entrants from Muslim countries in order to thwart terrorism.

Jonathan Greenblatt (Julie Jacobson / Associated Press)