Is the answer a 2nd ADL?

Charles Jacobs – Jewish Advocate
Maybe ADL leaders have concluded that a shift away from their major traditional focus – Jewry’s enemies on the right – would be institutionally risky and unwise, that expanding ADL’s mandate to include Islamic anti-Semitism might weaken its effectiveness against neo-Nazis and Christian anti-Semites. In today’s politically correct culture, confronting Muslim anti-Semitism risks accusations of intolerance, bigotry and Islamophobia, even by – or especially by – some Jewish intellectuals. They could easily imagine that the prospect of such accusations might cause ruptures in their solid support groups.

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