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  • Op-Ed: Iran nuclear deal built on a lie

    On his last day as national director of the Anti-Defamation League, Abraham Foxman urges Congress to reject the Iran nuclear accord.

  • Op-Ed: Comprehensive approach to fighting BDS is needed

    Attempts to combat BDS through legislation won’t hold up in America and distract attention from efforts to forget a comprehensive approach, the national director of the Anti-Defamation League writes.

  • Op-Ed: Kristallnacht’s lessons for today

    The situation in Europe today has parallels to Kristallnacht, writes the national director of the Anti-Defamation League.

  • Op-Ed: A new gauge of global anti-Semitism

    The ADL’s new international survey will inform efforts to fight anti-Jewish bigotry, Abraham Foxman writes.

  • Op-Ed: Samuel Lewis and Israel’s dream of peace

    The late U.S. ambassador engendered the trust of Israeli leaders and was struck by their yearning for peace, writes the ADL’s Abraham Foxman.

  • Op-Ed: How Mandela won over the Jewish community

    The head of the Anti-Defamation League recalls a 1990 meeting between the newly freed Nelson Mandela and American Jewish leaders.

  • Op-Ed: A century later, Leo Frank tragedy still resonates

    America has come a long way in the century since a lynch mob killed a Jewish man imprisoned in Georgia. But the anti-Semitic views that underlay Leo Frank’s killing are still apparent today.

  • Op-Ed: Islamic leaders must call out hatemongers

    True change will come only when influentials in the Islamic world recognize how destructive their anti-Semitic views are to their own societies, writes the national director of the Anti-Defamation League.

  • Op-Ed: How to turn around Jewish education investments

    An additional $500 million annual investment is needed — including from some of the money sent to Israel, but meant for Israel programs.

  • Op-Ed: When Holocaust analogies run amok

    A recent demonstration in which a small group of haredi Orthodox protesters wore yellow stars and dressed as concentration camp prisoners reflects “blatant, in-your-face Holocaust trivialization on a level that until now we have rarely witnessed in Israeli society,” the Anti-Defamation League’s national director writes.