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Jewish community leaders from Argentina report a disturbing rise in anti-Semitic attacks and other incidents against the Argentinean Jewish community, with an increase of more than 40 percent in 2006. The leaders, representing the Delegaci�n de Asociaciones Israelitas de Argentina (DAIA), presented the findings of their Report on Anti-Semitism in Argentina 2006 at a briefing at ADL National Headquarters.

ANTI-SEMITISM
ADL Survey In Six European Countries Finds Anti-Semitic Attitudes Up: Most Believe Jews More Loyal to Israel Than Home Country

ADL Survey in Five European Countries Finds Anti-Semitic Attitudes Rising

CATHOLIC-JEWISH RELATIONS
Vatican Considers Removing Anti-Jewish Prayer

Latin Mass Cause for Concern
Op-Ed By Abraham H. Foxman, National Director
RELIGION AND POLITICS
Judge Romney by His Platform, Not His Mormonism
ADL Op-Ed Distributed by Religion News Service

UK ACADEMIC BOYCOTT OF ISRAEL
UK Boycotts Against Israel: Facts, Statements & Resources

A Call For Moral Outrage Over the British Boycott
ADL op-ed in The Jerusalem Post (6/14/07)

ADL Calls On Universities, Academics To Follow Columbia's Lead In Taking Principled Stand Against Academic Boycott Of Israel



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EXTREMISM IN AMERICA
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Ku Klux Klan Rebounds with New Focus on Immigration

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