Anti-Semitism Surges as lessons of Holocaust Erode

By Abraham H. Foxman Posted: 10/24/14, 11:18 AM PDT Los Angeles Daily News The surge of anti-Semitism, particularly in Europe, during the recent conflict in Gaza was both shocking and yet not surprising. The shocking side of the phenomenon lay in certain manifestations of the hatred. Most egregious in this respect were the two incidents…
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Has ISIS Reached O.C.? Arrest Here Intensifies Questions

Orange County Register BY THERESA WALKER/ STAFF WRITER Published: Aug. 30, 2014 Updated: Sept. 2, 2014 1:05 p.m. Authorities say the man wanted to join the the terror group in Syria, possibly spurred by its sophisticated propaganda. This past week, three Americans died in Syria fighting alongside members of the terrorist group ISIS, making headlines…
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Successful Annual Appeals Brunch Held November 16th

ADL’s Orange County/Long Beach Annual Appeals Brunch was held on November 16th at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach.  Over 350 community members attended in support of this year’s honorees: Sandy & Gene Alterman and Heather & Stuart Katz.  The program also included a keynote address from Oren Segal, ADL’s Director of the Center on…
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ADL Honors Erwin Chemerinsky for His Life’s Work in Safeguarding First Amendment Freedoms

ADL honored Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean of the University of California, Irvine School of Law, for dedicating his life’s work to safeguarding First Amendment freedoms and educating law students and the public about their significance. During ADL’s Annual Meeting in Los Angeles on November 6, Chemerinsky was presented with the ADL Hubert H. Humphrey First Amendment Freedoms…
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