ADL applauded the introduction of a Senate resolution, which condemns anti-Semitism and urges measures to prevent and combat anti-Semitic attacks and incidents in Europe. The resolution is a response to the escalation of attacks against Jewish communities across Europe and urges the U.S. to work closely with the European Union, governments, and international organizations.
The League has issued a new report exploring the impact of ISIS and other Islamic terrorist groups on domestic security through the radicalization and recruitment of American citizens, and provides examples of how anti-Semitism remains as one of the fundamental components of terror propaganda.
"Congressional action against anti-Semitism has been vital and we are gratified that the Senate is elevating U.S. leadership on this issue."
"We look forward to the Senate’s passage of this resolution and hope that leaders across Europe will heed this call and agree to come together and work with the United States to push back against the rising tide of anti-Semitism."
Barry Curtiss-Lusher, ADL National Chair, and Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director, from an article in The Times of Israel on a new Senate resolution condemning European anti-Semitism.
Mr. Foxman discusses how the Charlie Hebdo and Kosher market terror attacks still resonate, how Prime Minister Manuel Valls “reinforced the truth” in his dramatic speech following the attacks, and how our thanks to French leadership could translate into the necessary steps to ensure the safety of its Jewish community.
Access ADL Blog, February 13, 2015
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