The Anti-Defamation League is an international US-based Jewish organization which seeks to eradicate prejudice of all forms. Founded in 1913, today it is headed by Abe Foxman
Israel agreed to suspend its planned extension of sovereignty over parts of Judea and Samaria to facilitate relations with the UAE and potentially other Arab and Muslim countries.
The letter comes ahead of the anniversary of Hezbollah's AMIA bombing on July 18
Dozens of Facebook’s largest advertisers are boycotting the platform this month, according to the movement.
Anti-Zionist groups use imagery of struggle for racial equality in US, accuse Israel of genocide and compare Israeli policy towards Palestinians to the Holocaust.
People who monitor antisemitism criticized Zuckerberg for what they saw as undeservedly giving antisemites the benefit of the doubt.
Business Insider reported that The North Face will also be halting advertising on Instagram as well, owned by Facebook, according to a direct statement.
The ADL asserts that using these books to teach Lebanese children carefully builds a "systematic and egregious incitement to antisemitism and support for terrorism" with these youths.
Facebook earned nearly $70 billion in ad revenue in 2019, comprising more than 98% of its total revenue.
The ADL argued against a claim that Harvard’s treatment of Asian-American applicants is similar to the discrimination it practiced against Jews.
However, while there were no attacks or murders directly linked to domestic Islamist extremism last year, the ADL still laid down a stark warning.