American Jewish Committee

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American Jewish Committee
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9911 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90035
(310) 282-8080

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Ancient cultures, modern democracies, and booming economies. Israel and India have much in common, as their leaders increasingly recognize.
Trip would be first by an Israeli prime minister since Ariel Sharon went to New Delhi in 2003, and second overall


Ancient cultures, modern democracies, booming economies. Relations btwn India/Israel are increasingly close & public timesofisrael.com/netanyahu-anno…


Hallelujah, although it’s a disgrace he was appointed in the first place. Doesn't @WHO owe us all an explanation of twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


An ode to a Polish woman who risked her life to save a Jewish girl during the Holocaust by our CEO, David Harris. m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_59…

“I tried to understand what made you act, what led you to risk your own life in an attempt to protect someone else’s.” An ode to a Polish woman who risked her life to save a Jewish girl during the Holocaust written by AJC CEO David Harris.
Dear Aleksandra Cybulska I just read about your designation as a Righteous Among the Nations by Yad Vashem, the Jerusalem-based Holocaust mu...


Deepest gratitude to Aleksandra Cybulska of #Poland for her heroism in WWII & being one of 6702 Poles honored by twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


AJC mourns brave Egyptians who fell in latest confrontation with Islamist terror twitter.com/timesofisrael/…

There are no “both sides” when it comes to maiming and killing people because of their nationality. Join us and take action to end Palestinian payments to terrorists.
For years, the Palestinian Authority (PA) has diverted international aid to subsidize payments that reward Palestinian terrorism against Israelis. International indignation has mounted at the realization that money donated for philanthropic purposes is in fact being redirected to profit those who ki...

31-year-old wunderwuzzi Sebastian Kurz emerged the victor from Austria’s recent federal election. But the far-right Freedom Party also earned 26% of the vote and may join the governing coalition. What does it all mean for Austria, its Jewish community, and Europe as a whole? AJC Berlin-Ramer Director Deidre Berger explains.
Throughout Europe, right-wing populist parties with overt or covert anti-Semitic messaging have been gaining strength, and Austria is no exception. After near collapse, the country’s right-wing Freedom Party (FPÖ), which campaigned on an anti-immigration, populist platform, captured more than 26% of...

AJC - Global Jewish Advocacy shared The New York Times Opinion Section's video.
“This means that people of every race, religion, and ethnicity can be fully and equally American.” -former President George W. Bush We couldn’t agree more.
“We’ve seen a nationalism distorted into nativism, forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America, said former President George W. Bush in a speech on Thursday. In 2008, six writers reflected on what they would miss about Bush. http://nyti.ms/2yBZz88