Recent articles examining the ADL and how it functions in comparison with its original mandate.

Are we seeing a significant shift in policies which do not seem consistent with the ADL of old?

Is this policy from ADL related to the misleading narratives that we heard presented in Detroit's Hope Against Hate symposium last May 8th? Last March, David Horovitz published this opinion in Times of Israel: Trump espousing ‘noxious ideas,’ unleashing extremism, says ADL chief.

From an opinion piece of August 2016, author Isi Leibler asks:


According to Leibler "The ADL central mandate must be to combat anti-Semitism, which is today largely manifested in the demonization and delegitimization of Israel. If they elect to abandon this objective, they do not warrant Jewish communal support."

More of ADL's "fear mongering" was the subject of an Alex VanNess article in the New York Post, last December. Jonathan Green­blatt is destroying the Anti-Defamation League

Then, back in November 2016 Rabbi Aryeh Spero wrote in American Thinker of his concern about The Decline and Fall of the Anti-Defamation League.

And now, Charles Jacobs, President of Americans for Peace and Tolerance and the Assistant Director of its recent film, Hate Spaces - the Politics of Intolerance on Campus, which documents the ideological assault on Jewish students on American campuses, is asking, in his article today, in Algeminer, What’s Happened to the Anti-Defamation League?