Adl



Anti-Defamation League (of B’nai B’rith).
Contemporary Examples

This is what the leader of the ADL said about an Oscar-nominated Israeli film criticizing Israeli policies in the West Bank.
17-Point Guide To Anti-Semitism And Its Abuse Eli Valley January 29, 2013

For the ADL, Israel posed a conundrum: the conundrum of Jewish power.
Hateful Ground Zero Hypocrisy Peter Beinart August 1, 2010

Neither the ADL nor the SPLC reported Page to any law-enforcement agency during the time the two groups were tracking him.
Shooting Suspect Wade Michael Page’s White-Power Past Eliza Shapiro August 5, 2012

In the ADL’s defense, it is their job to be humorless, to a large extent.
Can the Holocaust be Funny? Tom Doran April 5, 2013

America may need the ADL for another 100 years, as Foxman suggests in Haaretz.
Abe Foxman Rationalizes Blanket Spying On American Muslims Ali Gharib April 28, 2013

When Arizona passes a law that encourages police to harass Latinos, the ADL expresses outrage.
Hateful Ground Zero Hypocrisy Peter Beinart August 1, 2010

ADL has used the cartoons to highlight the repeated demonization of Jews, Israel and the U.S.-Israel relationship.
“Israel Has A Moral Obligation Towards Her” Orly Halpern October 24, 2012

The ADL eventually settled a class-action lawsuit brought by several of its targets.
A Jewish Group’s Shameful Smear Michelle Goldberg October 14, 2010

And organizations like ADL have developed training programs, curricula and model legislation to combat bullying.
Abraham H. Foxman: Why the Documentary ‘Bully’ Hits Home Abraham H. Foxman April 11, 2012

Historical Examples

ADL (our addle) was another main word for disease, as an unsoundness.
An Outline of English Speech-craft William Barnes

1. Adventure Definition Language.
2. Ada Development Language.
R.A. Lees, 1989.
3. API Definition Language.
A project for Automatic Interface Test Generation.
(1995-11-17)
activities of daily living
Anti-Defamation League

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