The ADL Motto: If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it!
Exchange of Letters: Comedy Central 11/30/06
ADL exchanged letters with Comedy Central executives over concerns about the portrayal of Jewish rituals in the season finale of the animated series, "Freak Show."
Extremist Sect Calls for Annihilation of Israel (Fox News) 07/28/06
We were disturbed by Neil Cavuto's interview with a member of an extremist group that calls for the annihilation of the state of Israel.
Olbermann's Nazi Salute (MSNBC) 07/28/06
ADL was deeply dismayed by Keith Olbermann's use of the Nazi "Sieg Heil" salute, both on his program and in public appearances, while holding a Bill O'Reilly mask.
ADL to Fox News: Why Give Bigot a Platform? 03/14/06
On at least four occasions Malik Zulu Shabazz, the racist and anti-Semitic leader of the New Black Panther Party, has been a featured guest on Fox's Hannity & Colmes.
Sinclair Broadcast Unfairly Blasts Israel 11/09/05
ADL was troubled by the November 6th edition of Mark Hyman's That's the Point, aired on Sinclair affiliate TV stations around the country, that unfairly blasted U.S. aid to Israel.
ADL Writes to C-SPAN on Holocaust Denier 03/16/05
C-SPAN's attempt to provide an audience for the hate-filled lies of a Holocaust denier is wrong. Defending the decision as offering viewers "balance" is unconscionable.
New Black Panthers An Extremist Group 02/14/05
The New Black Panthers are a hate group, not a "human rights organization," as described recently in a news report on Atlanta's 11 Alive.
"Scarborough Country" Wrong To Give Shabazz A Platform 10/05/04
Malik Zulu Shabazz, an extremist racist and anti-Semite and member of the New Black Panther Party, has been a featured guest on "Scarborough Country" on at least six occasions.
Letter to Sacha Baron Cohen ("Ali G") 08/09/04
An episode of HBO's "Da Ali G Show" generated hundreds of complaints. ADL's letter to the comedian in response to the concerns.
Arab Journalist Tells CNN "Jews Control the Media" 06/25/04
During a discussion with Arab journalists on CNN, an audience member suggested that Jews control the U.S. media. The remark went totally unchallenged.