Thursday, May 24, 2007

Hamas Targets Children for Hate

A Hamas TV station recently used a Mickey Mouse look-alike on a children's show to promote the destruction of the State of Israel and the most virulent anti-Semitism, while the the terrorist regime's online children's magazine also teaches hatred of Jews and Israel. Hamas has taken another step to indoctrinate children into its culture of hate, and as we continue to monitor and report this outrage, it is clear that ADL’s fight against anti-Semitism in the Arab world is more critical than ever.

Upcoming Extremist Events

ADL's Schedule of Upcoming Extremist Events is a dynamic database of future planned events by the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis and other extremists. The schedule includes dates, locations and event details, as well as an archive of events by previous year and state. With upcoming extremist events planned from Georgia to New Jersey to California, the schedule is a critical resource in the fight against hate and extremism.

Interfaith Pioneer
Eugene Fisher, a pioneer in promoting dialogue between Catholics and Jews, was recently honored with the ADL Dr. Joseph L. Lichten Award in Catholic-Jewish Relations. The award, presented at ADL's annual Shana Amy Glass National Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., recognizes Dr. Fisher for his work with the Catholic and Jewish communities during the past three decades.

Law Enforcement Officers L.E.A.R.N. from ADL
ADL's Law Enforcement Agency Resource Network (L.E.A.R.N.) Web site provides up-to-date information about extremist trends, tactics and criminal activities, resources related to hate crimes and officer safety, and a hate symbols database. It also provides information about ADL training opportunities for law enforcement.