NEWS

ADL Commends Law Enforcement for Arrest of Alleged ISIS Supporter

Boca Raton, Fla, July 28, 2015…The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) commends the arrest of an alleged sympathizer of the Islamic State (ISIS). The alleged perpetrator, Harlem Suarez – also known as Almlak Benitez – was hoping to detonate an explosive device on a Key West beach, according to reports. Hava L. Holzhauer, ADL Florida Regional Director,…
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ADL Highlighted in Story About Anti-Semitic Hacking Attacks

JNS As anti-Semitic hacking rises, Jewish community tries to stay a step ahead By Robert Gluck/JNS.org  When hackers from a group called Moroccan Islamic Union-Mail defaced the website of Congregation Beth Am Israel in Penn Valley, Pa., in July 2014, the synagogue chose to look forward rather than dwell on the result of the cyberattack….
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BLOG POSTS

ADL Fla Leadership Chair Featured in National Newsletter for Lasting Legacy

Tracey and Gabe Grossman grew up in Boston when the late Lenny Zakim was ADL’s Regional Director. At that time, Tracey didn’t realize that ADL existed outside Boston. Eight years ago, after Tracey and Gabe married and moved to South Florida, at a friend’s insistence, Tracey attended a meeting of Glass Leadership Institute (GLI), which…
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Dozens in Florida Tune In To ADL Annual Supreme Court Review

Will everyone have the right to marry the person they love, no matter their sexual orientation? Can someone be arrested for threatening posts on social media? Are stores allowed to deny employees the right to wear religious head coverings?  From marriage equality to free speech, religious accommodation to the future of the Affordable Care Act,…
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EVENTS

Securing Your Religious Institution

Sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League and the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation…
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50 Years after Nostra Aetate: Catholic, Jewish, and Latino Relations in the Age of a Latino Pope

ADL is proud to join B’nai Torah Congregation for the livestream from the 92nd Street Y 50 Years after Nostra Aetate:  Catholic, Jewish and Latino Relations in the Age of a Latino Pope. 2015 marks the 50th anniversary since the groundbreaking Vatican II Council and Nostra Aetate forever transformed Catholic-Jewish relations. In the U.S. today, the…
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