Sunday, July 10, 2016

ADL Has Lost It's Focus

Hat tip Algemeiner

The Anti-Defamation League, which is supposed to be the nation's preeminent organization fighting anti-Semitism, seems to have lost its focus in recent years. From my point of view, the ADL is afraid to confront anti-Semitism when it comes from Islamic quarters-which is usually the case. In fact, the ADL has involved itself in combating "Islamophobia", which I am sure the Islamic world greatly appreciates. (Just kidding.)

Now the ADL has linked arms with the forces of Black Lives Matter, who in turn, has linked arms with the pro-Palestinian lobby while not calling for the murder of white police officers or visiting the White House. But I digress.

Mort Klein, the CEO of Zionist Organization of America, has an article about ADL in Algemeiner. It is deeply troubling.

ADL is drifting into irrelevance when it comes to fighting anti-Semitism. Worse yet, it seems to be drifting in the direction of J Street-or worse yet, Jewish Voice for Peace.

1 comment:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Well, they don't want to jeopardize the unity of European Muslims and Jews fighting to preserve their right to practice circumcision (on males -- female circumcision being no part of the traditions of either faith).